Departments and Majors

Accounting Business Law - Majors

The Accounting major prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities in accounting and business. UNA's contemporary accounting curriculum encompasses the broad areas of accounting information systems, financial accounting, managerial accounting, tax accounting, auditing, governmental accounting, financial statement analysis, and business valuation. The Accounting program provides an excellent foundation for entry to many related areas of business, including entrepreneurship, management, finance, corporate and tax law, and consulting.

Requirements for major in Accounting

Course Credit

AC 390 (Accounting Information Systems)
3
AC 391 (Intermediate Accounting I)
3
AC 392 (Intermediate Accounting II)
3
AC 471 (Cost Accounting)
3
AC 472 (Tax Accounting)
3
AC 473 (Auditing)
3
Accounting, Business Law or Business Elective (300/400 level)
3

Select 2 from among the following:

AC 395 (Accounting for Nonbusiness Organizations)
3
AC 481 (Financial Statement Analysis)
3
AC 495 (Advanced Cost Accounting)
3

Total
27

* Students interested in sitting for the CPA exam and completing an MBA degree with an accounting concentration should include AC 395 and BL 480 in their undergraduate program.
 

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