Bachelor of Business Administration: Accounting

Accounting: The purpose of the accounting program is to produce graduates who are prepared for employment in accounting, who possess the knowledge needed to make decisions required by their job, and who have the technical and interpersonal skills needed to progress in their chosen career.  Upon completion of the Accounting program students should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the accounting cycle by recording transactions and other required entries in the preparation of financial statements; demonstrate the ability to research, understand and appropriately apply accounting standards to specific transactions and apply quantitative and analytical skills to analyze a company’s financial statements.  All students who complete this undergraduate degree will have 21 semester hours in accounting above the introductory level necessary to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.  Additional hours will be required to fully satisfy the requirements as established by the Georgia State Board of Accountancy.  Requirements vary by state, and should be examined on a state-by-state basis.

tory level necessary to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.  Additional hours will be required to fully satisfy the requirements as established by the Georgia State Board of Accountancy.  Requirements vary by state and should be examined on a state-by-state basis.

LIBERAL EDUCATION CORE: 45-47 Credits 

BUSINESS CORE: 48 Credits

AS 100 First Year Seminar or AS 311 Professional Development
AC 201 Accounting Principles I
AC 202 Accounting Principles II
BA 206 Microeconomics
BA 207 Macroeconomics
BA 208 Business Communications
MG 301 Management Principles
BA 303 Business Statistics
MK 315 Marketing Principles
BA 316 Legal Environment of Business
MG 318 Organizational Behavior
BA 327 Managerial Finance
HR 333 Human Resources Management
BA 340 Strategic Thinking & Innovation
BA 417 Business Ethics
BA 470 Value Chain Management
BA 499 Business Capstone

MAJOR CONCENTRATION
AC 331 Intermediate Accounting I
AC 332 Intermediate Accounting II
AC 333 Intermediate Accounting III
AC 323 Taxation
AC 325 Cost Accounting
AC 439 Auditing and Assurance Services
AC 440 Fraud Examination

TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 120 CREDITS

*For details about your specific program plan, please consult the University Academic Catalog.

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