B.B.A. Accounting

Numerous career choices are available to accounting graduates, including working in not-for-profit accounting (for the Seventh-day Adventist denomination or other not-for-profit entities), public accounting, industry (ranging from small businesses to large corporations), and governmental accounting.

General Education Requirements for all Bachelor's degrees

Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Requirement

Business Core Courses

Required of all BBA students.

*BUAD 202 is required of all Freshman BBA majors.  Junior level transfer students may substitute a business elective for this class with approval from their advisor.  Southwestern students who are changing from another major to a BBA are also required to take BUAD 202 unless their advisor recommends an alternative.

Item #
Title
credits
Sub-Total credits
45

Accounting Concentration

18 total credits required

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Title
credits
Sub-Total credits
8

Cognate Requirements

BUAD 317 may be taken as an alternative to COMM 111 and also fulfill the communication competency requirement.

Item #
Title
credits
Sub-Total credits
9
Total credits:
72

Overview

Program

Type

B.B.A.

Curriculum Guide