This concentration prepares students in diverse aspects like the preparation of financial statements, analysis of costs, contributions, audit, and principles of accounting outpost. The student has the opportunity to take additional courses in the areas of contributing systems of Florida, federal contributions, computerized information systems of accounting, information systems of accounting, accounting for government and organizations without profit aims.
To provide a course of study consistent with the needs of the industry.
To provide knowledge of the theories of accounting.
To provide an understanding of the processes of accounting and the use of computers.
To stimulate a positive attitude toward education, strengthening the concept of education as an on-going process.
To promote participation in community affairs.
To develop among students, good interpersonal, and communication skills.
To provide workshops in management techniques, marketing, accounting, and computers.
The students will:
Establish and maintain a continuous development in technological use applied to accounting.
Promote changes in his/her labor environment.
Work in accountability positions in the private industry as well as in government agencies.
Have knowledge of analysis, design, and application techniques of accountability theories.
Be able to assume multiple roles as analysts, budget evaluators, or auditors.
Prepare accounting reports in English and Spanish.
Enroll in continuing education courses.
Communicate adequately in English and Spanish both orally and in writing.
General Education Courses
Accounting Major Courses
Management Major Concentration Courses
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General Education Courses (51 Credits)
ENGL 115-O English Reading and Writing I
ENGL 331-O Public Speaking
SPAN 116-O Reading, Writing, and Oral Communication in Spanish II
COMP 110-O Computer and Software
SCIE 111-O Integrated Science I
HUMA 101-O World Cultures I
MATH 111-O Intermediate Algebra I
SOSC 111-O Individual, Community, Government, and Social Responsibility I
ENGL 116-O English Reading and Writing II
SPAN 115-O Reading, Writing, and Oral Communication in Spanish I
SPAN 255-O Spanish for Writing and Research
SCIE 112-O Integrated Science II
HUMA 102-O World Cultures II
MATH 112-O Intermediate Algebra II
PSYC 123-O General Psychology (Compendium)
Professional Courses (45 Credits)
ACCO 111-O Introduction to Accounting I
ECON 121-O Introduction to Economics: Microeconomics
STAT 201-O Administration Statistics I
MANA 210-O Business Administration Theory
MANA 230-O Organizational Behavior
MARK 133-O Marketing Principles
ENTR 360-O Entrepreneurship
QYLE 110-O Attitude Development and University Adaptation
ACCO 112-O Introduction to Accounting II
ECON 122-O Introduction to Economics: Macroeconomics
STAT 202-O Administration Statistics II
MANA 204-O Business Law and Professional Ethics
MANA 340-O Operations Management
FINA 202-O Business Finance
INBU 350-O International Business
Major Courses (18 Credits)
ACCO 301-O Intermediate Accounting I
ACCO 303-O Cost Accounting
ACCO 320-O Federal Income Tax I
ACCO 302-O Intermediate Accounting II
ACCO 304-O Auditing I
ACCO 453-O Accounting Project
Specialization Courses (Select one of the areas)
Auditing (9 Credits)
ACCO 307-O Auditing II
ACCO 330-O Corporate Accounting Government
ACCO 310-O Forensic Accounting
ACCO 340-O EDP Auditing
Financial Analysis (9 Credits)
ACCO 391-O Cost Accounting II
ACCO 396-O Managerial Accounting II
ACCO 395-O Managerial Accounting I
FINA 410-O Corporate Finance
Language skills in English and in Spanish will be assessed with a placement test. Additional language courses may be needed according to the Student’s proficiency in each language. If students qualify for Preparatory Language Courses or developmental Language Courses, they must enroll in the courses immediately to increase academic performance in the language. Students must comply with state certification requirements for the degree as applicable. QYLE 110-O must be taken within the first term of enrollment.