A Bachelor of Business Administrations (BBA) degree in Accounting requires 120 credit hours of course work.
During the first two years of the degree program, the pre-business requirements are completed. Coursework includes arts, English, speech, mathematics, geography, science, government, humanities, economics, and psychology, as well as financial and managerial accounting, computer information systems and quantitative methods.
During the final two years of the degree plan, students enroll in business courses such as finance, management, marketing, business communication and business law. During this time the professional accounting courses are also completed.
Required professional accounting courses include: intermediate financial accounting, auditing, individual income tax, cost accounting, accounting information systems, advanced financial accounting and one accounting elective selected from accounting theory, governmental accounting, and advanced income tax.
Note: For the most accurate, up-to-date degree program information, consult the appropriate academic catalog. This information is provided as a reference only and is subject to change. Always
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