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Accounting is concerned primarily with (1) measuring income,
expenditures, and wealth generated by a business enterprise,
and (2) communicating information about the financial condition
of economic organizations and the results of their financial
activities. Thus, accounting is the language of business-the
backbone of the free enterprise system.
The accounting major is designed to meet the needs of
students preparing for accounting careers in business,
government, not-for-profit organizations, or public accounting,
including those who desire to secure, through state examination,
the status of Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or that of Certified
Management Accountant (CMA).
Students planning to sit for the CPA exam should consult
their state's Board of Public Accountancy before planning their
accounting program. Each state has its own rules, regulations,
and specific course requirements. Assistance may be obtained
from the Accounting faculty.
BBA in Accounting
See professional program requirements and note the
following specific requirements. Click here to view
ACCT321, 322, 365, 456, 465
TOTAL CREDITS for the BBA-124
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