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Accounting is central to the management process. It helps managers make decisions and empowers them to fulfill their stewardship responsibility. The Accounting Department was formed when the School of Business Administration was established, and its history parallels the history of the School.

Recruiters indicate that in many cases Intermediate Accounting is a bare-bones necessity for employment in financial and other areas. Students in other concentrations often elect Intermediate Accounting in order to strengthen their knowledge and understanding of theory, meaning, limitations and processes of accounting statements as they pertain to business.

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Principles of Accounting I
  • Principles of Accounting II
  • Intermediate Accounting I
  • Intermediate Accounting II
  • Cost Accounting
  • Accounting Info. Systems
  • Auditing
  • Individual Income Tax
  • Business Income Tax
  • Advanced Accounting
  • Accounting for Non-business Majors

Detailed course descriptions for undergraduate programs

  • Fund Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • Intermediate Accounting
  • Advanced Accounting
  • Federal Income Tax
  • Cost Accounting
  • Seminar in Accounting Theory
  • International Accounting
  • Advanced Cost Accounting
  • Special Problems in Accounting

Detailed course descriptions for graduate programs

  • Rajul Gokarn, PhD
  • Siriyama-Kanth Herath, PhD
  • Renee McCoy, MBA
  • Marlissa Phillips, CPA
  • Jeff Phillips, PhD