Students earning the Bachelor of Science in Accounting will achieve the following program level-student learning outcomes:
- Students will communicate clearly, concisely and professionally, both orally and in writing.
- Students will evaluate and analyze data to solve problems and make business and financial decisions.
- Students will demonstrate fundamental knowledge of the functional areas of business for professional accounting positions and graduate studies.
- Students will be able to apply statutory, professional and ethical standards to solve Accounting problems.
Students majoring in accounting should begin the ACC 211 and 212 sequence in the sophomore year. Starting this sequence later may necessitate taking some of the accounting courses during the summer in order to complete the requirements within four years. Students should work closely with their advisor in the selection of courses where choices are available. Students who major in accounting should complete their GEP math requirement during their freshman year. It is recommended that Math 110 be chosen to fulfill this requirement. Students are also encouraged to take HPE 124: Beginning Golf as their GEP activity course requirement.
Complete two courses from the following: