B.S. in Business Administration - Accounting Concentration
Accountants do more than just record, interpret and present financial data. They also ensure the integrity of major business decisions.
A Program to Prepare You
The Cook School’s concentration in accounting will help you develop strong technical and professional accounting skills, including communication, problem-solving and analysis. The skills developed through our business concentration in accounting have created a long tradition of success for our students and graduates.
B.S. in Business Administration - Accounting Concentration (120 hours)
In addition to fulfilling the requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree, the concentration requires 18 hours of accounting course work in addition to ACCT 220 and ACCT 222, which are taken as part of the Business Common Body of Knowledge.
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Eighteen hours as follows (3 credit hours each):
|ACCT 311||Financial Reporting I (3)||ACCT 220 with a grade of C or higher.|
|ACCT 322||Cost Management (3)||ACCT 222 with a grade of C or higher.|
|ACCT 411||Financial Reporting II (3)||ACCT 311 with a grade of C or higher.|
|ACCT 425||Accounting Information Systems (3)||ITM 200 and ACCT 311 with a grade of C or higher.|
|ACCT 430||Federal Income Tax I (3)||ACCT 311 with a grade of C or higher.|
One elective (3 hours) should be chosen from the following courses:
|ACCT 416||International Financial Reporting Standards (3)||ACCT 411 with a grade of C or higher|
|ACCT 440||Auditing (3)||ACCT 411 and ACCT 425 (ACCT 425 may be taken concurrently with ACCT 440) with grades of C or higher.|
|ACCT 480||Accounting Internship (3)||ACCT 311 with a grade of C or higher and ITM 250 (effective Fall 2010); permission of the department chair & junior or senior standing.|