Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Accountancy

The bachelor of business administration (BBA) with a concentration in accountancy degree program provides undergraduate students with the analytical tools and conceptual framework needed to understand and record financial transactions.

The School of Business offers two degree options for students to study accountancy: the BBA with a concentration in accountancy and the bachelor of accountancy (BAccy). The BBA degree with an accountancy concentration is intended to be paired with a second, complementary field of concentration. For students who plan to work as an accountant, often with a CPA designation, the BAccy degree program is more appropriate as it offers substantially more preparation in accounting. 

Accountancy is an ideal second concentration for BBA students who plan to pursue careers in finance as it provides a strong background in information that underlies many financial decisions. Likewise, a second concentration in accountancy is an excellent choice for BBA students with a concentration in information systems as such students often pursue jobs related to accounting information systems.

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In addition to the requirements for the bachelor of business administration the concentration in accountancy requires five field courses and one international field course:

ACCY 3101Intermediate Accounting I
ACCY 3102Intermediate Accounting II
ACCY 3106Financial Statement Analysis *
or ACCY 4501 Accounting Systems
Two of the following:
ACCY 3106Financial Statement Analysis *
ACCY 3401Federal Income Tax: Individuals
ACCY 3403Advanced Tax
ACCY 4107Advanced Accounting
ACCY 4301Auditing
ACCY 4501Accounting Systems *
International field
One of the following:
ECON 2180Survey of International Economics
ECON 2181 International Trade Theory and Policy
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business
IBUS 3101Global Financial Environment
IBUS 3301International Business Finance
IBUS 4401Managing the Multinational Enterprise
ISTM 4900Special Topics

*ACCY 3106 Financial Statement Analysis and ACCY 4501 Accounting Systems are options for both the required and additional field course categories. If only one is taken, it will apply to the required field course category; if both are taken, one will apply to the required field courses, and one will apply to the additional field course category.

Students should consult with the advisor for specific Bachelor of Business Administration general education courses that apply to this concentration