Accounting Major

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B.S. Accounting - Curriculum Map 2017-2018 Catalog

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CS 120 Business Applications & Problem Solving Techniques3EC 106 The Structure and Operation of the World Economy13
EN 101 Composition and Literature I3EN 102 Composition and Literature II3
MA 107 Precalculus Mathematics24EN 112 Public Speaking3
MG 101 Introduction to Business13MA 108 Applied Calculus (General Education Math)4
 General Education Lab Science4
Semester Total Credits13Semester Total Credits17
AC 205 Principles of Accounting-Financial34AC 206 Principles of Accounting-Managerial34
EC 202 Principles of Economics (Micro) (General Education Social Science)33EC 201 Principles of Economics (Macro)33
MA 212 Finite Mathematics (General Education Math)3EN 204 Professional and Technical Writing3
General Education History3QM 213 Business and Economic Statistics I3
General Education Lab Science4MG 309 Management of Organizations3
Semester Total Credits17Semester Total Credits16
AC 335 Intermediate Accounting I3AC 336 Intermediate Accounting II3
CS 300 Management Information Systems3AC 441 Cost Accounting3
FN 311 Corporate Finance3EC 310 Money and Banking3
MG 310 Production/Operations Management3PH 322 Business Ethics (General Education Ethics)3
MG 314 Marketing Management3General Education Arts & Humanities3
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits15
AC 442 Advanced Accounting4AC 419 Taxation I3
MG 319 International Dimensions of Business3AC 428 Auditing3
MG 341 Business Law I (General Education Ethics)3MG 346 Business Law II3
General Education Literature3MG 449 Administrative Policy and Strategy (Capstone)3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits16Semester Total Credits15
Total Credits For This Major: 124

Must be taken first year. Upper level students without credit for these courses will substitute with an Elective Course from a School of Business & Management subject area.


Requires math placement score of 2. Students scoring below 2 must satisfactorily complete the appropriate necessary prerequisite math course(s) first. With a math placement score of 3, the MA107 requirement may be waived and the credit hours replaced with a free elective.


Grade of C or higher required.