Feb 21, 2024
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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in accounting prepares students for the role of business information professionals with expertise in analysis, reporting, and translating complex information into critical knowledge. In addition to this requisite technical knowledge, graduates acquire a broad liberal education, an understanding of how information technology applies to business and accounting, effective personal skills, life-long learning skills, and a global perspective that will enable them to contribute to the profession and to succeed at increasing levels of responsibility in business and society.
Accounting, B.S.B.A., Degree Requirements
Tulsa Core Curriculum (20 hours)
Tulsa General Curriculum (25 hours)
Business Core (39 hours)
Sophomore Core (19 hours)
Junior/Senior Core (15 hours)
Accounting Major Requirements (21 hours)
General Education Electives (9 hours)
Only courses from outside of the Collins College of Business may be used for general education electives.
Free Electives (9 hours)
Any non-required undergraduate course offered by the institution.
A student who selects the “Applied Option” in accounting will apply business principles in an actual business environment through a formal Collins College of Business internship. In addition to completing all the requirements for the B.S.B.A., the student must satisfactorily complete ACCT 4983 Internship in Accounting which may take the place of a free elective. The internship will be secured by the student, but must be approved by the faculty member guiding the internship.
Accounting, B.S.B.A., Additional Requirements
Accounting majors must complete ENGL 1033, MATH 1143, MATH 1243 (or higher level math courses), and ACCT 4273 with a grade of C or higher.
Accounting majors must complete or show proficiency through the first year of a modern foreign language.
Accounting majors must complete each of the Business Core courses with a grade of C or higher, except for courses designated Pass/Fail.
ECON 2013 and ECON 2023 are required courses in the Business Core which are also used to fulfill part of the Tulsa Curriculum Block II requirement.