Finance and Accounting Management, Global Classroom

The Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting Management degree program offers students an opportunity to obtain a broad understanding of the role that business plays in the world economy along with a strong focus on accounting and financial management. Students also take courses in the major areas of business so that, as they move into managerial positions, they have the understanding and skills to work across functional areas.

Students take courses such as financial reporting, managerial accounting, intermediate accounting, and cost accounting, as well as tax and audit. They also complete courses in the key areas in finance: corporate and managerial finance, working capital management, and investments.

Graduates may pursue careers in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. They work in the cost accounting and budgeting areas, in short-term or long-term asset management, and in financial planning and security analysis.

The minimum degree-applicable transfer credits requirement for the Global Classroom program is 50 semester hours.  

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.

This is a typical plan of study.

Global Classroom

Minimum Transfer Credit Required: 50 semester hours

Term 1Hours
ENG 1103
and ENG 1104
ACC 21003
MTH 23003
PHL 21003
Term 2Hours
ENG 2105
and ENG 2106
ACC 22003
FIN 21053
MGT 23303
Term 3Hours
ENG 3107
and ENG 3108
FIN 33103
ACC 31033
ACC 32013
Finance or accounting elective3
Term 4Hours
FIN 33303
ACC 32023
MGT 22103
FIN 33403
ACC 34103
Term 5Hours
MGT 48503-4
ACC 43203
Finance or accounting elective3
Finance or accounting elective3
Total Hours: 69-70

Total Global Classroom Credits: 69–70 semester hours