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Accounting (B.S.B.A.)

Administered by Department of Accounting, College of Business

Effective Fall 2013

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:

BUSED.101 Intro to Business

BUSED.333 Business Communications and Report Writing

COMMSTUD.103 Public Speaking

ECONOMIC.121 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECONOMIC.122 Principles of Microeconomics

ECONOMIC.156 Business and Economic Mathematics (or MATH.123 Essentials of Calculus)

ECONOMIC.256 Business and Economics Statistics

ENGLISH.101 Foundations of College Writing

MATH.118 Applied Matrix Algebra

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:

Business Core Curriculum (24 semester hours):

ACCT.221 Principles of Accounting I

ACCT.223 Managerial Accounting

FINANCE.313 Introduction to Corporate Finance

MISCIS.150 Introduction to Computer and Information Science

or ITM.175 Intro to BIS

LAW.331 Law and Legal Environment

MGMT.244 Principles of Management

MGMT.481 Business Policies and Strategies

MKTG.310 Marketing: Principles and Practices

Accounting Requirements (27 semester hours):

ACCT.222 Principles of Accounting II

ACCT.310 Accounting Information Systems

ACCT.321 Intermediate Accounting I

ACCT.322 Intermediate Accounting II

ACCT.323 Intermediate Accounting III

ACCT.324 Federal Tax Accounting

ACCT.342 Auditing Theory and Procedure

ACCT.348 Cost Accounting

LAW.332 Business and Commercial Law

COB Professional Development Program:

INTERBUS.101 Professional Development: Self Discovery I

INTERBUS.102 Professional Development: Self Discovery II

INTERBUS.201 Professional Development: Exploration I

INTERBUS.202 Professional Development: Exploration II

INTERBUS.301 Professional Development: Preparation and Experience Building I

INTERBUS.302 Professional Development: Preparation and Experience Building II

INTERBUS.401 Professional Development: Taking Action to Transition I

INTERBUS.402 Professional Development: Taking Action to Transition II

Accounting Electives - (6 credits) must be 400-level accounting courses not to include ACCT.432 Accounting Internship, ACCT.456 Computer Forensics and Fraud Examination, or ACCT.498 Introduction to Health Care.

Elective Courses - Two courses (6 credit hours) are required in upper-level business courses.

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 within BUSED, ACCT, MISCIS, MGMT, ITM, FINANCE, MKTG, OR LAW 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.