The Business major offers an Accounting concentration which provides students a broad-based view of relevant accounting concepts.
Upon completion of this concentration, the student should be able to apply the basic responsibilities of accountants in assisting organizations in financial and economic based decisions.
CONCENTRATION COURSES12 CREDIT HOURS
This course expands on basic accounting principles to provide an increased understanding of financial statement preparation and presentation to external users.(Prerequisite: ACC4010)
This course introduces the basic evidential procedures involved in supporting the various types of audits, in compliance with Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS).(Prerequisite: ACC4010)
This course presents alternative methods of preparing managerial accounting information and examines how these methods are used by companies. Students will evaluate the concepts of cost accounting as a managerial tool for business strategy and implementation. Emphasis is placed on both the development of analytical skills and the values and behaviors that make managerial accountants effective in the workplace.(Prerequisite: ACC4010)
This course provides students the insight into the implementation and management of automated accounting systems, with an emphasis on internal controls and information accuracy.(Prerequisite: ACC4010. Recommendation: BUS3040 Business Information Systems)