This major will familiarize students with the language of business, and will draw on their enthusiasm for dealing with numbers and logic to identify, record, and communicate economic activities for a company. This major is appropriate for students with a desire to enter the accounting profession but can also lead to opportunities in finance and management.
Skills You Will Learn
What makes this major unique?
This major will require you to advance along the Accounting course sequence to build stronger skills in accounting. The core of financial accounting is seeing balance in a company’s financial statements and investments. An Accountant also needs to understand operations to ensure the numbers are attainable, realistic, and competitive.
Accounting skills are needed in a variety of industries and settings, both in the public and private sector.
REQUIRED CORE: 12 credits
English: 6 credits
Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning: 3 credits
Select one course from the following:
Life and Physical Sciences: 3 credits
Select one of the following:
Business and Technology: 28 credits
|BTF101 First Year Seminar for Business||2|
|BTA111 Principles of Accounting I||3|
|BTA112 Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BTA201 Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|BTA202 Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|BTC200 Introduction to Information Systems||3|
|BTM101 Introduction to Business||3|
|BTM110 Business Law I||3|
|BTM106 Business Communication||3|
|Select one of the following||2|
|BTI201 Business Internship|
|BTM105 Financial Planning & Individual Investing|
|TOTAL CREDITS: 60|
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