Courses for your degree or certificate in Accounting
To earn your bachelor's degree with an Accounting major, you'll complete:
- Core liberal arts courses for your bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degree
- Courses for your Accounting major, listed below
- Additional electives, as needed, to gain the total number of credits (130) required for your B.A. or B.S.
You may be closer to a St. Kate's degree than you think — find out more about transferring in courses from other colleges or universities to meet core liberal arts or elective requirements.
If you already have a bachelor's degree, see below for information on enrolling as a "second major" student.
Courses for your Accounting major
St. Kate's Accounting major combines a solid grounding in the theories and practices of accounting, with general business courses, such as business law. With a growing demand for graduates of Accounting programs, and St. Kate's reputation backing you up, you'll be in demand:
- ACCT 2110: Financial Accounting
- ACCT 2130: Managerial Accounting
- ACCT 3110: Intermediate Accounting I
- ACCT 3120: Intermediate Accounting II
- ACCT 3150: Income Tax
- ACCT 3210: Financial Management
- ACCT 4120: Cost Accounting
- ACCT 4130: Auditing
- BUSI 3650: Business Law
- BUSI 4800: Business Portfolio (0 credits)
- One additional upper-division accounting course
Required supporting courses:
- ECON 2250: Statistical Analysis for Decision Making or MATH 1080: Statistical Analysis
- ECON 2100: Quantitative Methods in Business and Economics or MATH 1070: Finite Math Analysis
- ECON 2610: Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 2620: Principles of Macroeconomics
- MGMT 2400: Principles of Management
- One additional course from economics, computer science, communications or mathematics
Electives relevant to the accounting major include:
- ACCT 4100: Advanced Accounting
- ACCT 4754: Accounting Practicum
- ECON 3350: Financial Markets and Institutions
All Accounting majors complete a business portfolio. In the portfolio you will integrate the life skills and knowledge you bring with you and the knowledge, skills and values learned through courses and field experiences in the program. The portfolio is cumulative in nature; most aspects are completed as part of course work.
Accounting majors satisfy the Writing Requirement for Majors by completing ACCT 4130.
Earning a "second major" certificate
If you've already earned a bachelor's degree in another discipline, and are looking to add an Accounting major to your portfolio, consider enrolling in Evening|Weekend|Online at St. Kate's as a "second major" Accounting student. You'll complete the courses listed above for the Accounting major and receive a second major certificate.
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