BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION • 150 CREDITS • HNACCT B/MBA
The Honors Professional Accountancy program provides students the eligibility to sit for four professional accounting exams (CPA, CMA, CIA, and CFE), along with special recognition on the transcript. Students in this program also have the opportunity to earn both the BBA in Accounting Information Management and the MBA with a concentration in Accounting in a five-year period. This program also features selective admission with enrollment caps, dedicated faculty mentors assigned to each student, experiential learning projects as part of the curriculum, and cohorts for all accounting coursework. The six experiential learning projects provide skill building and growth opportunities for each student in their area(s) of interest.
- Letter of application may be submitted but will not be considered until after completion of 30 credit hours with a 3.25 GPA overall and in major courses.
- Completion of ACCT202 with a B+ or higher or the transfer of ACCT202 with a B+ or higher.
Two letters of reference.
- Committee interview (committee will be comprised of the Associate Dean in charge of Accounting and Finance, the Accounting Honors Program Director, and the Department Coordinator for Accounting and Finance at the respective site of application).
Continued Enrollment Requirements:
- Maintenance of 3.0 GPA overall and in major courses.
- A Statement of Purpose must be submitted prior to beginning graduate-level coursework.
Undergraduate degree completion:
- Student may submit an application for graduation for the BBA Honors Professional Accountancy upon successful completion of all required undergraduate courses and ACCT625, ACCT640, and ACCT650.
**Which class should I take? When should I take it? Please click here for a recommended program sequence.
|Foundations of Excellence||39 cr.|
|ACES100||Achieving Career and Education Success||3 cr.|
|COMM120||Presentation Techniques||3 cr.|
|ENGL110||Advanced Composition||3 cr.|
|ENGL311||Professional Writing||3 cr.|
|ENVS125||Introduction to Environmental Studies||3 cr.|
|MATH125||Intermediate Algebra||3 cr.|
|SOSC201||Diversity in Society||3 cr.|
|STAT220||Introduction to Statistics||3 cr.|
|HUMN||Humanities Elective||3 cr.|
|SOSC||Social Science Elective||3 cr.|
|Foundations of Business||32 cr.|
|ACCT201||Accounting Foundations I||4 cr.|
|ACCT202||Accounting Foundations II||4 cr.|
|ACCT220||Accounting Information Technology||3 cr.|
|BITS211||Microcomputer Applications: Spreadsheet||3 cr.|
|BUSN120||Introduction to Business||3 cr.|
|BUSN210||Professional Ethics||3 cr.|
|FINC211||Corporate Finance||3 cr.|
|LEGL210||Business Law Foundations||3 cr.|
|MGMT211||Management Foundations||3 cr.|
|MKTG211||Marketing Foundations||3 cr.|
|ACCT213||Cost Accounting||3 cr.|
|ACCT301||Intermediate Accounting I||4 cr.|
|ACCT302||Intermediate Accounting II||4 cr.|
|ACCT310||Accounting Fraud Examination||3 cr.|
|ACCT315||Federal Taxation I||3 cr.|
|ACCT316||Federal Taxation II||3 cr.|
|ACCT318||Payroll & State Tax||3 cr.|
|ACCT320||Auditing and Assurance Services||3 cr.|
|ACCT415||Advanced Accounting Topics||3 cr.|
|ACCT420||Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting||3 cr.|
|ACCT490||Accounting BBA Internship||3 cr.|
|BUSN488T||BBA Major Field Test||0 cr.|
|HNRS301-306||Honors Accountancy Projects||0 cr.|
|IAAS221||Security Foundations||3 cr.|
|Graduate Level courses||39 cr.|
|ACCT600-700||Graduate Level Accounting Elective||3 cr.|
|ACCT625||Accounting Information Systems||3 cr.|
|ACCT640||Managerial Accounting||3 cr.|
|ACCT650||Accountant Responsibilities & Ethics||3 cr.|
|ACCT760||Internal Controls and Legal Issues||3 cr.|
|BUSN650||Business Analysis||3 cr.|
|ECON625||Managerial Economics||3 cr.|
|FINC620||Financial Management||3 cr.|
|MGMT645||Organizational Development and Culture||3 cr.|
|MKTG610||Marketing Strategies||3 cr.|
|ACCT795||Accounting Research||3 cr.|
|Open Electives||2 cr.|