Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Accounting

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Program Description

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Accounting

This program is designed to provide the graduate with the conceptual accounting and business knowledge necessary as a foundation to pursue an accounting career.

Those students who are planning to take the Certified Management Accountant (C.M.A.) examination may do so with the Bachelor of Science degree. Those students who are planning to take the Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) examination in Florida must take an additional 30 semester credits of coursework beyond the requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree to qualify to sit for the C.P.A. examination under the State of Florida C.P.A. Law. Specifically, the student must complete the following credits (at a minimum) in order to sit for the C.P.A. examination.

  1. 36 semester credits in accounting beyond elementary accounting courses, including at least: 12 credits in financial and cost accounting; 6 credits in auditing; and 6 credits in taxation.
  2. 39 semester credits in general business courses, including at least 6 credits of business law; and 18 credits in courses at the junior (300) level or higher. Because of these increased educational requirements, no experience or additional work is required for certification.

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Science Degree 30 Credits

  • ACC301 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC302 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC340 Federal Income Tax of Individuals
  • ACC351 Cost Accounting
  • ACC460 Auditing I
  • ACC465 Auditing II
  • MGT440 Operational Analysis & Management
  • MGT499 Policy & Strategy

AND 2 of the following courses:

  • ACC312 Accounting Information Systems
  • ACC435 Accounting for Governmental and Non-Profit Organizations
  • ACC499 Accounting Internship

Associate of Science Degree 12 Credits

  • ACC301 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC302 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC351 Cost Accounting
  • ACC312 Accounting Information Systems

Minor 15 Credits

  • ACC301 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC302 Intermediate Accounting II
  • Three (3) courses at the 300 or 400 level (not to include ACC499)

Start Dates

August and January

Application Deadline

Rolling Admissions

Last updated Jul 2018

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About the School

Webber was originally established as a women’s college, with the exclusive purpose of teaching women about business. It was the first school chartered under the educational and charitable laws of the ... Read More

Webber was originally established as a women’s college, with the exclusive purpose of teaching women about business. It was the first school chartered under the educational and charitable laws of the State of Florida as a non-profit organization. Read less