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Those who earn a degree in accounting or a related field are in high demand. In today's chaotic economy, business management degrees are sought after by many employers and are looked at as a keystone to success. 

This program is designed for students interested in the fields of general accounting, financial accounting, auditing, cost accounting, or management accounting in both the public and private sector. In all of these areas, records must be kept and financial reports prepared that provide the financial data needed to evaluate past performance and future operations. Compliance with Internal Revenue Service law and other government regulations requires that businesses maintain accounting records accurately and prepare appropriate reports. 

Accounting Student

Course Requirements

Semester One Credits
ACS102 The College Experience 3.00
BUS101 Prin of Acct I 3.00
BUS130 Intro to Bus 3.00
ENG101 English Comp. I 3.00
IST120 or CIS141: Microcomp Apps 3.00
MAT103+ Math 103 or above 4.00
Semester Two Credits
BUS102 Prin of Acct II 3.00
BUS103 Income Taxes 3.00
BUS221 Business Law 1 3.00
ENG102 English Comp. II 3.00
SSI221 Economics I: Micro 3.00
Semester Three
BUS104 Computerized Acct. 3.00
BUS201 Interm. Acct. I 3.00
HUMELECT Humanities Electives 3.00
SCIELECT Lab Sci Elec See Hrs/Rec 4.00
SSI222 Economics II: Macro 3.00
Semester Four
BUS202 Interm. Acct. II 3.00
BUS203 Managerial Accounting 3.00
BUS206 Intro to Finance 3.00
BUSELECT Business Electives 3.00
HUMELECT Humanities Electives 3.00
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