Administered by Department of Accounting
Effective Fall 2009
Students majoring in a B.S.B.A. degree program in the College of Business must take at least 50 percent of the business credit hours required for the business degree at Bloomsburg University.
Among 57 semester hours of general education courses, students must take:
Requirements for the Major - A total of 63 semester hours is required for a major in accounting under the business administration degree program. Required courses include:
Accounting Electives - (6 credits) must be 400-level accounting courses not to include 91.432 Accounting Internship, 91.456 Computer Forensics and Fraud Examination, or 91.498 Introduction to Health Care.
Elective Courses - Two courses (6 credit hours) are required in upper-level business courses. Most accounting students complete a six-credit internship (91.432) to fulfill part of this requirement.
When selecting an elective, students should be sure they have proper prerequisites and avoid elective courses below that level for which the student has already been prepared in that subject field. Courses designated with a 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97 or 98 prefix are considered business electives.
General education electives - Select a minimum of 4 semester hours in non-business elective courses. Note: Graduation requires successful completion of a total of 120 semester hours.