Why study Accounting at M.C.?
The Minor in Accounting is designed to supplement a student's preparation in a major field. It provides additional depth in the field and background for further study.
The minor in Accounting is not open to students majoring in Finance/Accounting.
To be eligible to take the CPA exam, an individual must have earned a degree from an accredited college or university and complete a total of 150 semester hours with certain designated hours in accounting and in business.
Several universities offer Master of Accountancy programs tailored for liberal arts college graduates; the admission standards of these programs require no additional accounting courses beyond what is offered through the accounting minor at Maryville College. Students interested in accounting, who have completed a Maryville College degree and accounting minor requirements may be eligible for the 15-month Master of Accountancy program available at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville upon completion of 3 additional accounting courses at U.T. in the summer following graduation.
Maryville College Works is a comprehensive career preparation program that is integrated into the College’s four-year liberal arts curriculum. Key components include assessment, advising, networking and professional experiences.
Completion of 19/20 credit hours.
- BUS 215: Principles of Accounting (3 hours)
- BUS 316: Management Accounting (3 hours)
- BUS 365: Intermediate Accounting (3 hours)
- BUS 366: Advanced Financial Reporting (3 hours)
- ECN 201: Principles of Economics (4 hours)
And one of the following courses:
- MTH 125: Calculus (4 hours)
- MTH 221: Inferential Statistics (3 hours)
- MTH 222: Regression Analysis (3 hours)
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