Dec 03, 2022  
2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Business Administration: Division of Business Analytics


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Division of Business Analytics

Dockery 300

660-543-4631  Accountancy - accountancy@ucmo.edu
660-543-4767  Computer Information Systems & Analytics - cis@ucmo.edu
660-543-4246  Economics & Finance - econfin@ucmo.edu
ucmo.edu/efa
ucmo.edu/cis

Accountancy Statement of Policy

All students must refer to School of Business Administration  for the Statement of Policy on Admission to a B.S.B.A. degree program.

Accountancy offers the following degree options:

  • B.S.B.A.- Accountancy
  • M.A.- Accountancy (for details about this degree see the graduate catalog)

A minor in accountancy is also offered.

For admission to the accountancy major, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.65 (4.00 scale) or higher on all completed undergraduate college credit and a 2.65 GPA or higher on the 24 semester hours of B.S.B.A. pre-admission courses. To graduate with a BSBA, major in Accountancy, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.65 or higher. Any exceptions to this policy must be approved by the Chair of the Division of Business Analytics.

A minimum grade of C must be earned in the following courses if they are to be applied toward the fulfillment of an accountancy major or minor: ACCT 1101 ACCT 2000 , ACCT 2102 , ACCT 2901 , ACCT 3102 , ACCT 3103 , ACCT 2920 , ACCT 2930 , and ACCT 2960 .

A student with an Accountancy major or minor may enroll in a course offered by the Accountancy program only if a minimum grade of at least C is earned in each of the course’s accounting prerequisites.

Majors/Programs

    MajorsMinors

    Courses

      AccountingComputer Information Systems

      In addition to any course prerequisites listed for the courses below, the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies also enforces a course leveling prerequisite.  This means that freshmen (those who have earned 0-29.5 semester hours of college credit) may enroll in 1000 level courses only, sophomores (completed 30-59.5 semester hours) may enroll in 2000 or 1000 level courses, juniors (completed 60-89.5 semester hours) may enroll in 3000, 2000 or 1000 level courses and seniors (all students who have earned 90 semester hours) may enroll in 4000 level courses or below.

      Economics

      In addition to any course prerequisites listed for the courses below, the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies also enforces a course leveling prerequisite.  This means that freshmen (those who have earned 0-29.5 semester hours of college credit) may enroll in 1000 level courses only, sophomores (completed 30-59.5 semester hours) may enroll in 2000 or 1000 level courses, juniors (completed 60-89.5 semester hours) may enroll in 3000, 2000 or 1000 level courses and seniors (all students who have earned 90 semester hours) may enroll in 4000 level courses or below.

      Finance

      In addition to any course prerequisites listed for the courses below, the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies also enforces a course leveling prerequisite.  This means that freshmen (those who have earned 0-29.5 semester hours of college credit) may enroll in 1000 level courses only, sophomores (completed 30-59.5 semester hours) may enroll in 2000 or 1000 level courses, juniors (completed 60-89.5 semester hours) may enroll in 3000, 2000 or 1000 level courses and seniors (all students who have earned 90 semester hours) may enroll in 4000 level courses or below.

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