The choice of accounting as a career objective is appropriate for individuals with some aptitude for mathematics and an ability to concentrate on detail and analyze numerical data.
This program gives students a basic foundation in general education, as well as the vocational competencies necessary for entry-level employment in various fields of business and government. Students must complete a heavy concentration of accounting courses and other supporting courses for a minimum of 60 credits.
First Year Fall
First Year Spring
English Composition (ELL 101 is an approved substitution for ENG 101)