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Department of Accounting
Bachelor of Arts or Science in Accounting:
Well grounded in the foundations of modern business theory and practices, the Accounting degree at Methodist University prepares students for career paths in a wide range of industries. Students will focus on general business knowledge and market fundamentals before moving on to more advanced study of accounting principles, individual and corporate taxation, asset management, and cost control. Students completing the degree requirements in Accounting will find themselves well prepared for the workplace or graduate study. Accounting majors are among the most sought after and well compensated graduates in today’s business world, and the continued expansion of global commerce will only increase demand.
The Accounting degree program, like all Reeves School of Business programs, places an emphasis on practical application of theory and principles to prepare students to succeed in the workplace. Students will work in teams to develop their abilities in accounting as well as leadership and management. Student/ Professor collaboration on research, community enrichment projects, and cultural exploration foster an increased sense of community and real world scholarship.
Like all Reeves School of Business majors, the Accounting degree can be paired with a concentration in Health Care Administration; PGA Golf Management; Professional Tennis Management; Resort, Club, and Hospitality Management; and Sport Management.
Requirements for the major in Accounting: In addition to the foundation core and the professional core courses required of all majors in the Reeves School of Business, the following courses are required: ACC 2540, ACC 3410, ACC 3420, ACC 3450, ACC 3850, ACC 3860, ACC 4900, plus 6 s.h. of accounting electives. All Accounting courses must be passed with a grade of C or better to recieve a degree in Accounting.
(Note: For those planning to take the Certified Public Accountant exam, ACC 4630 and ACC 4810 are recommended. An elective course for any Reeves School of Business major may only be used to meet the requirements of one major. A required class in any Reeves School of Business major may not be used as an elective for another Reeves School of Business major.)
View Degree Checksheets: Bachelor of Science
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Requirements for the minor in Accounting: ACC 2510, ACC 2530, ACC 2540, ACC 3410, and ACC 3420 and 6 s.h. of accounting electives.
Requirements for the A.A. Concentration: ACC 2510, ACC 2530, ACC 2540, ACC 3410, and ACC 3420 and 6 s.h. of accounting electives.
Writing-Enrichment Courses: ACC 4900, BUS 3520
Computer Intensive Courses: ACC 2540, BUS 2250 or CSC 1000
Ethics Course: ACC 4900
Department of Accounting Courses: View