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Degree Course Requirements

In the degree program descriptions that follow, and asterisk (*) indicates that those courses satisfy the University's general education requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Accounting Major 120 Hrs.

General Education Requirements 42 Hrs.

Written Communication (6 Hrs.)
*ENG 103 English Composition I (3)
*ENG 113 English Composition II (3)

Oral Communication(3 Hrs.)
*SP 203 Effective Speaking (3)

Social Sciences and Humanities (15 Hrs.)
*ECO 213 Microeconomics (3)
*ECO 223 Macroeconomics (3)
*PSY 113 Principles of Psychology (3)
*Foreign Language (3)
*Humanities Elective (3)

Math and Science(12 Hrs.)
*MA 113 College Algebra (3)
*MA 173 Essential Calculus (3)
*MA 253 Statistics (3)
*Science Elective (3)

Other (6 Hrs.)
*BA 113 Business Computer Applications (3)
General Education Elective (3)

Business Core (30 Hrs.)
AC 203 Accounting I (3)
AC 213 Accounting II (3)
BA 343 International Business (3)
FIN 303 Managerial Finance (3)
LAW 203 Business Law I (3)
MGT 353 Designing Operations (3)
MGT 363 Organizational Behavior (3)
MGT 453 Strategic Management (3)
MGT 473 Capsim Business Simulation (3) or
BA 3113 Business Internship (if unemployed)
MK 203 Marketing (3)

Major in Accounting (33 Hrs.)
AC 303 Cost Accounting (3)
AC 323 Intermediate Accounting I (3)
AC 333 Intermediate Accounting II (3)
AC 373 Accounting Information Systems (3)
AC 403 Advanced Accounting (3)
AC 423 Income Tax (3)
AC 463 Auditing (3)
AC/FIN Elective 300/400 Level (6)
Business Elective 300/400 level elective prefixed by
AC, BA, ECO,ENT, FIN, LAW, LDR, MGT, MK (3)

Additional Program Requirements (15 Hrs.)
Electives or Related Prior Learning
BA 123 Business Concepts (3)
BA 201 Professional Development & Strategies (1)
BA 213 Advanced Spreadsheets for Business (3)
COM 213 Business Communication (3)
UE 111 Adult Learning Orientation (1)
Elective (4)

UNIFORM CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING EXAMINATION CANDIDATES
Indiana and many other states require that a first time uniform certified public accounting (CPA) Examination candidate must have at least 150 semester hours of college education, including a baccalaureate or higher degree, with an accounting concentration or its equivalent. An accounting major wishing to meet this requirement should plan an individualized program with his or her regional education center director or assigned faculty advisor. This program will encompass an additional 30 semester hours of course work in humanities, mathematics, social sciences, business, and accounting.