The department offers a modern, innovative program that leads to a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration Accounting Degree. Our program integrates technology and traditional accounting knowledge. Accounting graduates pursue careers in such areas as auditing, taxation, investments, public accounting, and accounting in business and government. Our accounting program is accredited by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the highest accreditation achievable by an accounting program.
English writing and composition, laboratory science, mathematics, political science, non-business electives, computer applications, physical education.
English, history, Principles of Financial Accounting, Principles of Managerial Accounting, economics, communications, humanities, business/non-business electives.
Financial Accounting and Reporting I and II, Cost Accounting, Federal Taxation, Auditing, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Management, Business Law, Money and Banking, Statistics.
Accounting electives from - Advanced Accounting, Advanced Accounting Information Systems, Advanced Managerial Accounting, Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting, operations management, business policy, business/non-business electives.
The B.S.B.A. accounting program is structured on a firm base of liberal arts education courses, a core area of business studies, and accounting specialization. We seek to prepare students from culturally diverse backgrounds for accounting and accounting related careers. In the degree, the Department seeks to:
The purpose of the M.B.A. degree is to offer a professional program preparing graduate students from diverse backgrounds for rewarding careers in organizations. The core area of business studies is broad in scope for the purpose of developing general managerial competence through extensive use of the case method and selected use of other pedagogies such as simulations and research projects. An emphasis in accounting, through 12 hours of online graduate course work, develops special competencies for students interested in accounting and accounting related careers. In the degree, the Department seeks to:
The department offers 21 credit hours of upper-division accounting totally online. These online courses provide working professionals a vehicle to train for, and enter the accounting field. These courses are also a convenient way for undergraduate students to meet requirements for a degree in accounting.