Accounting: CurriculumAccounting: Curriculum

Accounting: Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed to provide you with the training and skills necessary to deal with diverse business and economic problems. You’ll learn the fundamentals of accounting concepts and procedures, how to interpret and use financial statements, and other relevant accounting information. We’ll introduce you to basic cost-accounting, cost-volume, profit analysis, standard costing, process and job order costing principles as well.

Get a description of each of Cal U’s accounting courses from our Course Catalog.

The following four-semester list of courses provides you with a recommended framework for completing this program of study in two years.

Associate of Science in Accounting: 64 Credits

ENG 101, 211, MAT 181 OR 182, CSC 101, PHI 246, UNI 100, Humanities Elective, Social Science Elective, Natural Science Elective, Free Elective

BUS 100, ACC 200, 331, MGT 300

Economics Electives (6 crs.): select two courses from the following list: ECO 100, 200, 201, 202. Accounting Electives (9 crs.): select courses with adviser’s approval.

Select courses from the following list with adviser’s approval: ACC, BUS, ECO, FIN, MGT OR MKT (3-9 crs.), COM 250, MAT 171, 225 OR PSY 209.