BBA in Accounting
The accounting major combines theory and practice to prepare students for analysis of, and reporting on, the economic activities of organizations and communication of that information to decision makers. Students majoring in accounting develop skills in managerial accounting, budgeting, accounting systems, internal controls, financial analysis, financial reporting, internal and external auditing, and taxation. The major also prepares students for a range of accounting careers in profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Students will develop analytical tools and learn technologies along with the liberal arts that form the core of their education. No minor is required with this major.
Admission to the program:
Students must make formal application to the McColl School. The McColl Undergraduate Admissions Committee reviews and approves applications to the major.
Admission to the major which requires the following:
- Cumulative grade point average of 2.0
- Prerequisite grade point average of 2.5 with no grade below C-
- All prerequisite courses completed.
- A completed application.
Requirements for major:
Prerequisites: (9 credit hours)
BUSN 207 Financial Accounting
ECON 204 Microeconomics
MATH 110 Quantitative Business Methods
Core Requirements: ( 39 credit hours)
BUSN 208 Managerial Accounting
BUSN 218 Communications in Business
BUSN 305 Legal Environment of Business
BUSN 328 Management Information Systems
BUSN 333 Principles of Management
BUSN 340 Principles of Marketing
BUSN 360 Corporate Finance
BUSN 410 Business Analytics
BUSN 420 International Business
BUSN 460 Business Systems
BUSN 485 Strategic Management
ECON 203 Macroeconomics
MATH 106 Introductory Statistics
Accounting Requirements ( 24 credit hours)
BUSN 307 Intermediate Accounting I
BUSN 308 Intermediate Accounting II
BUSN 316 Federal Taxation
BUSN 323 Individual Tax
BUSN 413 Auditing
BUSN 425 Government and Nonprofit Accounting
BUSN 427 Accounting Policy
BUSN 435 Accounting Information Systems
Traditional Undergraduate Program, and the Hayworth College Undergraduate Program. Prospective students should apply to the program whose curriculum and services best meets their needs.
- The Traditional Undergraduate Program has degree requirements and services designed for the 18-22 year old student. Most traditional undergraduates live in residence halls and are enrolled full-time. A full range of student life activities and student services are available to students in this program, including the Core Program in the Liberal Arts, the John Belk International Program and the Honors Program.
- The Hayworth College Undergraduate Program has degree requirements and services designed for the adult learner. Most Hayworth undergraduates are employed full-time and enrolled part-time. Hayworth College also admits those persons wishing to take undergraduate courses as a non-degree candidate. Hayworth College realizes the demands that adult students face and assists with study plans, individual student advising and programs designed with flexibility to meet the specific needs of the adult learner. Classes meeting Hayworth degree requirements and several majors and minors are scheduled in the evenings for the convenience of students employed during the day.