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  Description of Accounting BBA Electives
"Never invest in a business you cannot understand."
Warren Buffett
   
 

The Accounting department offers a variety of electives courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, and several specialty topics. These courses supplement and expand on the topics and fundamental accounting concepts introduced in the core financial and managerial courses (ACC 300 and ACC 301).

Suggested Accounting Electives by Professional Tracks:
     Public Accounting: ACC 312, ACC 315, ACC 317, ACC 318
     Consulting: ACC 312, ACC 315, ACC 318, & ACC 317 if going into M&A or Tax Consulting
     Finance: ACC 312, ACC 318, & ACC 317 if going into M&A
     General Management (Marketing, Operations, etc.): ACC 312, ACC 315, ACC 318

Elective offerings by academic term are below.
Each course number links to an expanded course description.
  FALL TERM WINTER TERM
  FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
 

ACC 312 Intermediate Financial Accounting

ACC 471 Accounting Principles - (for
Non-Business School Students)

ACC 312 Intermediate Financial Accounting
ACC 318 Financial Statement Analysis
ACC 471 Accounting Principles - (for
Non-Business School Students)
  MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
  ACC 315 Cost Accounting ACC 315 Cost Accounting
  TAX ACCOUNTING
  ACC 317 Federal Taxationand Managerial Decisions  
 
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