The Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree prepares students for a robust career in the accounting profession whether the student wants to work in the public, private, or not-for-profit sector. The curriculum includes systems thinking to resolve problems that are encountered in the complex business world through our commitment to the common good and maintaining the public trust.
- A student must have a grade point average of 3.000 or greater to enroll in an Independent Studies course or Special Studies course. Any deviation from the specified minimum grade point requirement needs approval by the department chair upon recommendation of the academic success coach.
- A student must have a grade point average of 2.500 or greater and be of junior or senior standing to enroll in AC 4994 Intermediate Accounting Apprenticeship I. No more than one apprenticeship may be taken each semester. Any deviation from these requirements needs approval of the Anderson College of Business and Computing Associate Dean upon recommendation of the academic success coach.
- Students who major or minor in Accounting may not use credit earned in Internship courses to fulfill major/minor requirements for the degree. However, all students are strongly encouraged to complete an internship or to obtain equivalent work experience before graduation.