Coordinator: Dr. Moh’d Rujoub
The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting provides introductory and advanced courses in financial and managerial accounting, auditing, taxation and accounting information technology and business solutions. Successful students are prepared for staff level positions in various types of business organizations and nonprofit entities.
Students majoring in accounting will be expected, through proper faculty advisement, to attain a desirable level of proficiency in the English language, mathematics, and computer science. To develop educational breadth and depth, majors will be required to sample widely from the arts, humanities, natural, and social sciences.
Students seeking professional careers in Accounting, particularly with public accounting firms are encouraged to remember that in the state of Connecticut the Connecticut Accounting CPA requires 120 college semester credits completed in order to sit for the exam. However, in order to be awarded the Connecticut CPA Certification, students must have completed a total of 150 of college semester credits. Students are encouraged to take courses and major-minor combinations that will help their professional careers.
The Accounting Society Banquet
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Admission to the Program
Students majoring in Accounting will be required to register their intent with the accounting faculty no later than the end of their sophomore year. The Bachelor of Science program will be primarily a junior/senior course of study and admission will be competitive. Students must have attained a cumulative GPA of 2.7 to be admitted. If their cumulative GPA drops below 2.7 for two consecutive semesters, they are dismissed from the program. A 2.7 GPA is required to graduate.
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