Jun 21, 2018
Major, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree
The design of the undergraduate degree for accounting students is to provide students with sufficient technical and professional accounting knowledge as well as the skills that form the foundation for a career in accounting and to engage in a life-long learning process. The Accountancy program has identified three professional knowledge and skill areas, which are 1) professional accounting knowledge; 2) professional accounting skills; and 3) professional orientation. Within each of these three key areas, key program outcomes are identified.
Professional Accounting Knowledge - each student can demonstrate the ability to apply professional accounting knowledge in the following areas:
- Measurement, recording, analysis, validation, interpretation, and communication of financial, managerial and other business information.
- Ethical and regulatory environments in which accountants work.
- Business processes and internal control.
- Risk assessment and assurance for financial and non-financial reporting.
- Tax policy and compliance for individuals.
- Tax policy and compliance for taxable and non-taxable entities. Professional Accounting Skills - each student can demonstrate basic professional skills in the following areas:
- Written communication.
- Use of information technology to support business processes and decision-making.
- Problem solving / critical thinking skills.
- Researching appropriate resources to resolve accounting related issues. Professional Orientation - students can demonstrate an awareness of the following professional areas associated with success in the accounting profession:
- Complexities of the global business environment.
- Expectations of professional and ethical conduct and the need for continuing education.
- Roles and responsibilities of accountants to insure the integrity of financial and other business information.
Accountancy, BSBA (46-259) (4 Year Guide)
Major Requirements: 75 Semester Hours
General Education Requirements: 43 Semester Hours
All students must complete a minimum of 42 credit hours in general education. Some majors require additional hours due to required coursework. See The General Education Program Requirements for full listing of requirements. The following general education classes are required by this major:
Non-Accounting Electives: 5 Semester Hours
This program requires at least 90 hours of courses without the ACCT prefix. All business and free electives must be non-ACCT courses.
Minimum Undergraduate Total: 123 Semester Hours
10Competency 10 course
*Students expecting to receive the B.S.B.A. degree must meet all preadmission requirements to be admitted to this program. See the Statement of Policy on Admission to a B.S.B.A. degree program. Pre-admission courses include: ACCT 2101 , ACCT 2102 , BLAW 2720 , CIS 1600 , ECON 1010 , ECON 1011 , FIN 2801 , and MATH 1111 .