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Professional Accounting Major Requirements

Study within the major field:

ACCT 100, 122, 225, 311, 312, 321, 322, 323, 333, 335, 337**

33 s.h.

ECON 111, 112, 211, 212

12 s.h.

FINC 231, 233

6 s.h.

LAW 222, 326

6 s.h.

MGMT 241, 343*, 345**, 353*, 354

15 s.h.

MIS 351*

3 s.h.

MKTG 261

3 s.h.


Total 78 s.h.

Major GPA is calculated using the above required courses only.

*Strongly recommended to be completed in residence.

**Must be completed in residence.

A grade of "C" or better must be maintained in all required course work.

Courses in Related Areas:

BUS 319

1 s.h.

COMP 100

3 s.h.

COMM 100, 110, 225, or 227

3 s.h.

(INTD 106, 107, & 108) or CSCI 100

3 s.h.

MATH 105, 173

7 s.h.

STAT 101

3 s.h.


Total 20 s.h.

Restrictions: Advancement in the major is based upon maintaining satisfactory performance.


• A 2.0 G.P.A. must be maintained in all accounting courses.

• Transfers of accounting courses from two-year colleges should be limited to 6 sh towards the major and 6 sh of electives. Preferably, the 6 sh towards the major would be ACCT 100 & 122. ACCT 225, 311, 312, 321, 322, 323, 333 & 335 must be taken at a four year college or university.

• No more than 11 s.h. in hygiene or physical education may count toward the 150 s.h. graduation requirement.

• New York State regulations state that registered programs leading to licensure in public accountancy on or after August 1, 2004, require 150 hours of collegiate study and that individuals who apply for licensure in certified public accountancy on or after August 1, 2009 must complete a registered 150-hour program or equivalent. Students should be aware that depending upon the timing of their admission and graduation they may be subject to the above rules.

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