Accounting

Program: Accounting

Degree Type: Associate Degree
 

This curriculum is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of accounting theory and practice in order to prepare students for positions as accountants in industry, governmental service, or public accounting.

The curriculum includes 32 credit hours in General Education courses, 27 credit hours in core requirements and 9 credit hours in business-related courses.

 


FRESHMAN YEAR       

Fall Semester

 

 

 

SENL

101S

Freshman English I

3

SMAT

121S

Pre-Calculus Algebra

3

BIO

101S

General Biology Lecture I or

 

SCHE

110S

General Chemistry Lecture I

3

SBIO

101LS

General Biology Lab I or

 

SCHE

110LS

General Chemistry Lab I

1

SFIA

101S

Understanding the Arts or

 

MUSC

200S

Enjoyment of Music

3

ACCT

160S

Introduction to Accounting

3

 FROR

120S

College Success

1

 

 

 

17

           

 Spring Semester      

SENL

102S

Freshman English II

3

SMAT

122S

Finite Math

3

CMPS

101S

Introduction to Computer Concepts or

 

 CMPS

215S

Business Applications

3

 MGMT

200S

Introduction to Business

3

 ACCT

200S

Financial Accounting

3

 

 

 

15

SOPHOMORE YEAR

Fall Semester

 

 

 

SECO

222S

Microeconomics

 3

SPHY

102S

Physical Science I

 3

ACCT

203S

Managerial Accounting

 3

ACCT

220S

Computerized Accounting

 3

 

 

Humanities Elective

 3

 

 

 

15

           

Spring Semester

SACC

261S

Tax Accounting

3

SACC

271S

Intermediate Accounting

3

BUST

299S

Business Internship

3

MGMT

201S

Principles of Management

3

 MGMT

243S

Legal Environment of Business

3

 

 

 

15

 

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS:                                                                                  62

Advisors:  Regina Webb, Aylwin Holmon; George Lewis, III


Please see your advisor or University Catalog for more information.

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