• Accounting

  • Requirements

    Undergraduate majors in accounting are expected to become fluent in the language of business and experts at communicating business information to interested stakeholders. Accounting majors complete all liberal arts requirements and core courses.

    In addition, undergraduate accounting majors take the following required courses.

    I. CPA Track

    ACC 1101, Intermediate Accounting I; ACC 1102, Intermediate Accounting II; ACC 2403, Management Accounting; ACC 3201, Advanced Accounting; ACC 3601, Principles of Auditing (Capstone), TAX 6124, Federal Income Tax I; TAX 6125*, Federal Income Tax II; BLW 2112, and one business elective.  

    II. Non-CPA Track

    ACC 1101, Intermediate Accounting I; ACC 1102, Intermediate Accounting II; ACC 2403, Management Accounting; ACC 3201, Advanced Accounting; ACC 3601, Principles of Auditing (Capstone), TAX 6124, Federal Income Tax I and three electives.

    Students in Track II may but are not required to take BLW 2112, Business Law II or Tax 6125*, Federal Income Tax II. Students must take any three additional courses (9 credits) with the approval of the area head.

    * In order to enroll in Tax 6125, Federal Income Tax II, students in either track must meet eligibility requirements for early admission to SSSB's MS Program in Accounting. The requirements are an overall GPA of 3.5 or above through the end of their junior year or a GMAT score of 500 or better reported to SSSB before November 1 of the student's senior year.

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