The accounting concentration provides intensive training to qualify a student for various accounting positions in profit and not-for-profit organizations such as service industries, merchandising businesses, manufacturing companies, and governmental and educational facilities. Areas of responsibility may include cash control, accounts receivable, inventory management, accounts payable, tax returns, budgeting and cost controls.
|General Education Requirements||Hours||Term Taken||Grade|
|SPCH||1010||Fundamentals of Speech Communication||3|
|MATH||General Education Math Course||3|
|Professional Course Requirements|
|BUSN||1305||Introduction to Business||3|
|ACCT||1010||Principles of Accounting I (Fall)||3|
|BUSN||1360||Software Applications for Business OR||3|
|BUSN||2370||Legal Environment for Business||3|
|BUSN||2380||Principles of Marketing||3|
|Major Course Requirements|
|ACCT||1020||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|ACCT||2382||Accounting System Applications||3|
|ACCT||2332||Topics in Taxation||3|
1BUSN 2399 Management Seminar should be taken during a student's final semester.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
This program is designed for students who plan to enter the workforce upon graduation. Students intending to transfer to a baccalaureate program are advised to follow the Associate of Science degree program.
Students pursuing any of the Business Management Technology programs will be advised by the Social Science, Business and Education Division.