Accounting Major

This disciplinary major also requires:

Supporting Courses10-13
Business Statistics
Introductory Statistics
Macro Economic Analysis
Micro Economic Analysis
English Composition II: Composition and Rhetoric 1
Upper-Level Courses 272
Core Courses
Introductory Accounting 2
Managerial Accounting I 2
Legal Environment of Business
Business Law
Introductory Marketing
Corporation Finance
Business Computer Applications
Organizational Behavior
Business Analytics
Strategic Management
Choose one of the following courses:
Selling and Sales Management
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Advertising
Marketing Research
Marketing Management
Consumer Behavior
Choose one of the following courses:
Real Estate Principles
Risk Management and Insurance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Principles of Investment
International Financial Management
Advanced Corporation Finance
Derivatives
Bank Administration
Choose one of the following courses:
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Project Management
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Leadership Development
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Organizational Culture & Change
Travel Course
Accounting Courses
Intermediate Accounting 2
Advanced Financial Accounting I
Advanced Financial Accounting II
Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting
Introduction to Income Tax Theory and Practice
Accounting Information Systems
Auditing Standards and Procedures
Cost Accounting
Advanced Income Tax Theory and Practice
Total Credits82-85
1

 Satisfied for students with an ACT English score of 32 or higher

2

 Students must earn a B or better in Accounting 300, 301, and 302 in order to take upper-level courses in Accounting.