Academic Catalog

Accounting Major — B.S.

For students interested in pursuing careers as certified public accountants, the School of Business also offers an M.S. in accounting. Students may receive a B.S. in accounting after four years of study and an M.S. in accounting after their fifth year of study. Admission to the M.S. in accounting is separate from admission to the B.S. in accounting. The B.S. in accounting degree is not a registered licensure qualifying program in New York state. The M.S. in accounting degree, however, is registered with the New York State Education Department as a licensure qualifying program.


Business Core & Accounting Major68
Integrative Core Curriculum 125-26
Liberal Arts electives14-15
Open electives12
Total Credits120

Degree Requirements

Business Core
BINT 10100World of Business3
BINT 10400Informational Interview0
BINT 20400Career Exploration0
BINT 40400Business Link Professions Program0
ECON 12100Principles of Macroeconomics (ICC-CLA)3
ECON 12200Principles of Microeconomics (ICC-CLA)3
Select one of the following (ICC-CLA):4
Finite Mathematics with Calculus
Applied Calculus
Calculus I
Select one of the following (ICC-CLA):4
Statistics for Business, Economics and Management
Statistics for the Health, Life, and Social Sciences
Statistics in Psychology
ACCT 22500Financial Accounting3
ACCT 22600Management Accounting3
GBUS 20300Legal Environment of Business I3
MGMT 20600Organizational Behavior and Management3
MGMT 26000Data Analytics I3
FINA 31100Business Finance3
MGMT 30200Applied Ethical Issues in Management3
MGMT 34500Operations Management3
MKTG 31200Principles of Marketing3
MGMT 42100Strategic Management (ICC CP)3
Accounting Major
ACCT 31500Cost Analysis and Decision Making3
ACCT 34500Intermediate Accounting I3
ACCT 34600Intermediate Accounting II3
ACCT 40600Auditing3
ACCT 49300Tax Accounting3
Select one of the following:3
Practicum in Tax Accounting
Internship with Academic Enhancement
GBUS 30700Commercial Law3
Total Credits68