The department offers a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, providing study in financial and managerial accounting, auditing, taxation, and accounting systems. The program prepares students for careers in public, industrial, and not-for-profit accounting, and in financial management. The program also provides a foundation for entrance into graduate programs in business and accounting and is excellent preparation for the study of law. There are approximately 500 undergraduate accounting and pre-accounting majors enrolled. To download a copy of the Accounting (B.S.) Four Year Academic Flowchart, see the resources section in the Undergraduate Counseling page.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate a proficiency in financial accounting and governmental accounting concepts.
- Students will demonstrate proficiency in auditing concepts.
- Students will demonstrate a proficiency in individual income taxation concepts.
- Students will demonstrate proficiency in cost/managerial accounting and accounting information system concepts.
- Students will demonstrate the effective use of computers and information technology.
- Students will demonstrate a proficiency in conducting auditing, financial accounting, and tax research.
The degree requirements for accounting is an overview of courses required to complete the degree program.
*Not all courses are offered every semester. To see a list of current courses, please see our online catalog.
- Degree Requirements
- Four Year Plan of Study