Mar 17, 2018
The Accounting Major provides both technical accounting and financial skills and the broad functional business background necessary to succeed in this challenging career field. New financial instruments and accounting pronouncements are being developed constantly. Tax laws are ever changing. While Accounting expertise is critical, managers in the field must make recommendations and decisions with the ‘big picture’ in mind and communicate information in an open and understandable way to both external and internal users.
Minimum credits required: 60
Required Foundation Courses
Required Business Administration Courses
- BUS 211 - Principles of Accounting I, 3 credit hours
- BUS 212 - Principles of Accounting II, 3 credit hours
- BUS 305 - Introduction to Management, 3 credit hours
- BUS 321 - Intermediate Accounting I, 4 credit hours
- BUS 322 - Intermediate Accounting II, 4 credit hours
- BUS 326 - Legal Environment of Organizations, 3 credit hours
- BUS 330 - Introduction to Marketing, 3 credit hours
- BUS 342 - Corporate & Organizational Finance, 3 credit hours
- BUS 365 - Management Science, 3 credit hours
- BUS 451 - Management Strategy & Policy, 4 credit hours
Elective Accounting Courses
Three elective courses in Accounting for 9 credits, choose from:
- BUS 316 - Cost Accounting & Analysis, 3 credit hours
- BUS 328 - Business Law, 3 credit hours
- BUS 378 - Principles of Fraud Examination, 3 credit hours
- BUS 407 - Federal Income Taxation, 3 credit hours
- BUS 408 - Federal Taxation: Corporations, Partnerships, Estates and Trusts, 3 credit hours
- BUS 417 - Principles of Auditing, 3 credit hours
- BUS 418 - Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting, 3 credit hours
- BUS 420 - Accounting Systems, 3 credit hours
- BUS 421 - Advanced Accounting, 3 credit hours
- BUS 468 - Financial Statement Analysis, 3 credit hours
Students majoring in Accounting must also meet these requirements:
- At least six (6) courses at the 300-400 level must be completed in the School of Business at Baldwin Wallace University.
- Students planning to attend graduate school are encouraged to take calculus.
- A maximum of 4 semester hours of a D grade in a required BUS prefix course may be counted toward the major.