The BS in Accounting is the largest major within the College of Business. Accountants do not work just in Accounting firms; in addition to working in business organizations, Accountants work for government, the arts, and non-profit organizations. Many accountants choose to open their own private practice as well.
The Accounting program is 122-123 credits, including 43 credits in pre-admission courses, 35 credits of required Business Core classes, 40 credits of required and elective Accounting courses, and a 4-5 credit Communication requirement.
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