|EB 131||Financial Accounting||3||S|
|EB 201||The Management Process||3||sophomore standing||S|
|EB 202||Behavioral Analysis of Organizations||4||sophomore standing||S||CW|
|EB 203||Introduction to Business Law||3||sophomore standing||S|
|EB 204||Legal Regulation of Business||3||sophomore standing||S|
|EB 211||Business Statistics or approved substitute stats course||3||S||QS|
|EB 222||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||sophomore standing||S|
|EB 223||Principles of Microeconomics||3||sophomore standing||S|
|EB 232||Intermediate Accounting I||4||EB 131||S|
|EB 233||Intermediate Accounting II||4||EB 232||S|
|EB 236||Managerial Accounting||4||EB 131||S||CW, QM|
|EB 337||Cost Accounting||3||EB 236||S|
|EB 334||Advanced Accounting||3||EB 233||S|
|EB 335||Auditing||3||EB 233||S|
|EB 336||Federal Taxation of Individuals||3||EB 131||S|
|EB 342||Management Information Systems||3||EB 201 (can be taken concurrently)||S|
|EB 351||Marketing Management||3||EB 201||S|
|EB 361||Financial Management I||3||EB 131||S|
|Introduction to Ethics
Total credit hours = 61
All students must meet the graduation requirement for quantitative literacy. We recommend that students take one of the following two courses. (Neither is to be included in the POE). Please note that most graduate programs in accounting require a college course in calculus.
|EB 210||Quantitative Business Analysis||3||High school algebra or pre-calculus||S||QM|
Note: Students who plan to sit for the CPA exam should be aware that the rules are changing. Most states now require 150 hours of college. Students should keep abreast of changes in PA law, as well as the rules of the state they may be interested in. Most of this information is available on-line. Students can also consult the Digest of State Accountancy Laws and State Board Regulations in Beeghly Library.
In some instances, a student (in consultation with his or her advisor) may substitute a course.