Bachelor of Science, Accounting

Objective: The Adult and Professional Program in Business (APP) offers a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting in an accelerated delivery format.  

A total of 150 semester hours of post high school work will be required to sit for the CPA examination in several states.  For most students, this will take five years to complete.  Some students may wish to pursue an MBA to meet this requirement.  

Administrator: Director, APP-Business

Requirements: 72 credits, completion of the prescribed courses, completion of the ETS Business Exam

Core Courses:

ACCT2065.  Financial Accounting (3)*
ACCT2075.  Managerial Accounting (3)
ACCT3015.  Income Taxation (3)
ACCT3045.  Cost Accounting (3)
ACCT3094.  Special Topics in Accounting (3); or,
    ACCT3855. Non-Profit and Governmental Accounting (3)
ACCT3515.  Intermediate Accounting I (3)
ACCT3525.  Intermediate Accounting II (3)
ACCT4025.  Auditing (3)
ACCT4515.  Advanced Financial Accounting (3)
BSNS2175.  Computer Applications (3)
BSNS3035.  Management Information Systems (3)
BSNS2225.  Business Communication (3)
BSNS2330.  Business Statistics (3); or,
    MATH2240.  Elementary Statistics (3)
BSNS3415.  Business Law I (3)
BSNS3515.  Principles of Marketing (3)**
BSNS3645.  Principles of Management (3)
BSNS3715.  Principles of Finance (3)
BSNS3815.  Business Ethics (3)
BSNS4605.  Global Business Strategies (3)
BSNS4985. Senior Seminar In Business Capstone  (3)
ECON2415. Principles of Microeconomics (3)
ECON2425. Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

Elective Courses:
Choose two upper division electives (6 credits) from BSNS/ECON courses offered by the Department of Business and Economics:
BSNS4695. Global Operations Management (3)
BSNS3655. Human Resource Management (3)
BSNS4675. Organizational Behavior (3)

*If ACCT2065 Financial Accounting was taken as a transfer course more than 5 years ago, and the student wishes to have it accepted as transfer credit, the student will be required to audit ACCT2065 Financial Accounting, before taking ACCT2075 Managerial Accounting. The student will also be required to adhere to the APP-Business attendance guidelines. Students will be given the option of taking an exam to determine proficiency. If the student fails the exam, he or she will be required to register for ACCT2065 Financial Accounting.

**If BSNS3515 Principles of Marketing was taken in the NNU College of Arts and Science program (BSNS3510) or accepted as a transfer credit, the student will be required to audit the course immediately prior to taking BSNS4985 Senior Seminar.