Four year plan ACCT Degree.pdf

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING DEGREE College of Business Administration degree requirements: 60 credit hours of non-business coursework (see I below) 30 hours of core business coursework (see II below) 18 hours of Accounting coursework (see III below) 12 hours of business or non-business approved electives 120 credits I. REQUIRED NON-BUSINESS COURSEWORK includes the campus general education requirements. Students must complete a 42-hour block of courses from an approved list of general education courses. CORE: 1) First Year Writing – 1 course (ENGL 1100, 1110 or HIST 1111 with a C- or better grade) 2) Math Proficiency – 1 course (MATH 1030 or a proctored ALEKS score of 45 or higher) 3) Communication Proficiency – COMM 1040 Introduction to Public Speaking 4) Information Literacy – 1 course (CMP SCI 1012, INF SYS 1800, 2800, MATH 1105) 5) American History or Government – 1 course (CRIMIN 1100, HIST 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, POL SCI 1100) EXPLORE: 6) Humanities and Fine Arts – 9 hours from at least 2 areas. One course must be PHIL 1130, 2249 or 2254 with a C- or better. 7) Social Sciences – 9 hours from at least two areas (BUS AD 2900, ECON 1001, 1002) 8) Math and Life/Natural Sciences – 9 hours from at least two areas (MATH 1100, 1105 and a Life/Natural Science) Additional requirements of the College of Business include: One Cultural Diversity course Two Global Awareness courses (see approved list) ENGL 3120 Business Writing (with a C- or better grade) BUS AD 1000, ENT 1001, or completion of a Social Science course Completion of Good Standing requirements II.
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