Accounting Concentration

|| Freshmen || Sophmore || Junior || Senior ||

Recommended Course Sequence

Freshman
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • ENGL0101 English Comp. I
  • MATH0115 Math for Bus./Soc. Sci.*
  • ECON0101 Macroeconomics*
  • CCC
  • CCC
  • ENGL0102 English Comp. II
  • MGMT0107 Software App. in Mgmt.*
  • ECON0102 Microeconomics*
  • MATH0108 Statistics*
  • CCC

MGMT0107, MATH0115, ECON0101, and ECON0102 may be taken at any time during freshman year, but must be completed prior to sophomore year.

Sophomore
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MGMT0104 Accounting I*
  • MGMT0104 Accounting I*
  • MGMT0241 Business Law*
  • ENGL0103 Speech*
  • CCC
  • CCC
  • MGMT0105 Accounting II*
  • MGMT0105 Accounting II*
  • MGMT 0231 Marketing Management
  • MGMT Quantitative Approaches to Bus.
  • ENGL 0392 Business & Technical Writing*
  • GE

The sequence of Statistics, Speech, and Business and Technical Writing can be in either semester, but all must be completed prior to the third year. All transfer students should be aware of the Statistics, Business and Technical Writing, Speech, and Software Applications in Management requirements.

Junior
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MGMT0207 Financial Mgmt.
  • MGMT0220 Prod/Operations Mgmt.
  • MGMT0315 Intermediate Accounting I
  • CCC
  • GE
  • MGMT0221 Business Management
  • MGMT0316 Intermediate Accounting II
  • CCC
  • GE
  • GE

Senior
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  • MGMT 0310 Federal Income Taxation
  • MGMT0317 Cost Accounting
  • GE
  • GE
  • GE
  • MGMT0311 Auditing
  • MGMT0325 Business Policy & Strategy*
  • MGMT0338 International Business*
  • Accounting Elective (optional)
  • GE

Note: Students are advised to develop a coherent plan for using general electives to further their educational goals, with the counsel of their advisors.

Students ARE NOT ALLOWED to take Junior/Senior business courses until they have reached respective status. *Courses may be taken in either the Fall or Spring semesters.

CCC = College Common Core

GE=General Elective