Accounting- 5-Year Bachelor of Business Administration/Master of Science

The Department of Accounting offers a 5-year Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Science degree program.

Upper-Level Accounting Program

Plan of Study Grid
Third Year
FallSemester Credit Hours
ACCT 327 Financial Reporting I 3
FINC 341 Business Finance 3
MKTG 321 Marketing 3
SCMT 303 Statistical Methods 3
International elective 1 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Spring
ACCT 322 Professional Development Seminar – BBA 1
ACCT 328 Financial Reporting II 3
ACCT 329 Cost Management and Analysis 3
ACCT 421 Critical Communication Skills for Accountants 2
MGMT 363 Managing People in Organizations 3
SCMT 364 Operations Management 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Fourth Year
Fall
ACCT 405 Income Tax 3
ACCT 427 Accounting and Financial Information Systems 3
MGMT 212 Business Law 3
General Electives 3 6
 Semester Credit Hours15
Spring
ACCT 407 Auditing 3
MGMT 466 Strategic Management 3
International elective 1 3
General elective 3 6
 Semester Credit Hours15
Fifth Year
Fall
Graduate Coursework 4 36
 Semester Credit Hours36
 Total Semester Credit Hours96
1

Six hours required. A complete list of approved courses is available in the Undergraduate Program Office, Room 238, Wehner Building. In the BBA curricula, the 6 hours of approved international elective courses simultaneously fulfill the University's International and Cultural Diversity Graduation requirement.

2

This course is an approved writing-designated (W) or oral communication (C) business course. See your academic advisor for additional information.

3

General elective courses are open to any course offered for University credit, except ACCT 209, ACCT 210, FINC 409, IBUS 301, ISTM 209, KINE 198, MGMT 209, MGMT 309, MKTG 409, SCMT 309. Additional restrictions may apply: see academic advisor for information. May be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

4

Students will follow the graduate coursework coordinated by the Professional Program office.

No more than 33 hours of accounting courses may be applied toward the undergraduate degree.

See Department of Accounting advisors for more information on the requirements to sit for the CPA examination.

Professional Program students will substitute ACCT 321 to replace 2 hours of General electives.

Total Program Hours 156