Accounting

Students pursuing an Accounting major for a BBA develop competency in applying technology to business strategy and management decision-making through case studies, team projects, Internet use, as well as computer applications and systems integration.

The Accounting major is designed to prepare students for employment opportunities that exist in public accounting practice and in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. It is also appropriate for those students who choose to seek either a Master of Accountancy or Master of Business Administration after graduation.

In addition to satisfying the Requirements for Admission, and completing the Business Core Courses, an Accounting major must also complete the following 8 required Major Courses:

  • BA 304 Intermediate Accounting I
  • BA 305 Intermediate Accounting II
  • BA 306 Intermediate Accounting III
  • BA 324 Federal Tax Accounting
  • BA 352 Accounting Information Systems
  • BA 405 Accounting for Not-For-Profit Organizations
  • BA 445 Cost Accounting
  • BA 446 Auditing Theory and Practice

An Accounting major must also complete a minimum of 15 hours of electives from any NNMC department with at least 6 hours taken at the upper division level (300 level or higher).

See the Business Administration page under Graduation Requirements for details on the standards and general requirements for graduation.

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