2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Accountancy, BSBA (46-259) (120 hours)
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 the following undergraduate Program Goals and Student Learning Objectives:
Goal 1: Accounting Skills & Knowledge - students will possess the accounting skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the accounting profession.
1.1: Students can solve accounting problems using appropriate methods.
1.2: Students can prepare and interpret accounting reports.
Goal 2: Professional responsibilities - students will understand an accountant’s ethical and regulatory responsibilities.
2.1: Student can apply professional conduct standards to solve ethical dilemmas.
2.2: Students can identify relevant regulatory responsibilities.
Goal 3: Information Technology Skills & Knowledge - students will be able to utilize information skills and knowledge to analyze electronic information.
3.1: Students can effectively utilize accounting information technology.
3.2: Students can interpret the results of accounting analytics.
Goal 4: Communication - students will communicate effectively.
4.1: Students can demonstrate effective oral communication.
4.2: Students can demonstrate effective written communication.
Please review the Accountancy Statement of Policy for additional requirements.
Accountancy, BSBA (46-259) (4 Year Guide)