Marian University's Accounting majors receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). Students will study how to take what they learn in the classroom and from their hands-on experiences, and apply it to the real-world of business.
As a Marian University Accounting major, you will experience the challenges of working with community businesses through class projects and internships, with emphasis in all aspects of business, including management, marketing, accounting, economics, personnel, finance and law.
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM (BSBA)
General Education Program: 46-49 University requirements, including PHI 231; MAT 130 or MAT 201. TEC 102 is highly recommended.
Business Programs Core*
40-41 credits as follows:
ACC 201 Financial Accounting, 3 cr.
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting, 3 cr.
BUA 203 Career Preparation, 1 cr.
BUA 310 International Business, 3 cr.
BUA 350 Business Law, 3 cr.
BUA 402 Strategy and Policy, 3 cr.
ECO 201 Macroeconomics, 3 cr.
ECO 202 Microeconomics, 3 cr.
FIN 301 Managerial Finance, 3 cr.
MGT 213 Principles of Management, 3 cr.
MKT 201 Principles of Marketing, 3 cr.
3 credits from the following:
ENG 222 Business Communications, 3 cr.
COM 101 Fundamentals of Communication, 3 cr.
COM 232 Public Speaking, 3 cr.
COM 324 Interpersonal Communication, 3 cr. (recommended for students majoring in Health Care Administration)
TEC 200 Fundamentals of Information Technology, 3 cr.
3-4 credits from the following:
BUA 210 Statistical Techniques for Research Data Analysis, 3 cr.
MAT 122 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, 4 cr.
*For all six business majors except information technology.
40-41 credits: Business Programs Core
ACC 212 Intermediate Financial Accounting I, 3 cr.
ACC 311 Intermediate Financial Accounting II, 3 cr.
ACC 312 Advanced Accounting, 3 cr.
ACC 331 Income Tax I, 3 cr.
ACC 332 Income Tax II, 3 cr.
ACC 422 Auditing, 3 cr.
ACC 431 Advanced Cost Accounting, 3 cr.
ACC 397/497 Accounting - Internship, 0-3 cr.
14-21 credits: University electives
IMPORTANT:Accounting majors need to be aware that as of Jan. 1, 2001, a total of 150 credit hours are needed to qualify to take the CPA examination.