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Accounting Courses for Undergraduate Accounting Majors

The BS in Accounting track is designed to prepare students for entry-level professional positions in public accounting, industry, or government, and to provide the basis for continuing professional development. Both conceptual foundations and current professional practice are emphasized.

          Scope and limitation of audits; qualifications and responsibilities of auditors; methods of verification and analysis applied to asset and equity accounts; examination of operating data and systems; expressions of opinion related to financial statements and auditor's legal liability

         Prerequisites: MGA 301, MGA 311, and MGA 302 with a minimum grades of C in each, MGF 301, MGE 302 or concurrent registration; senior standing in Accounting Program

         Offered: fall and spring