To continue in the King's College Accounting Program (i.e., enroll in ACCT 301 - Intermediate Accounting I,) a student must have earned a minimum 2.0 G.P.A. in Introduction to Financial Accounting II. This requirement also applies to transfer students and to those students pursuing an Accounting Minor. With written permission from the chairperson, accounting majors may participate in an accounting internship for which a maximum of six credit house may be granted per semester.

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
(9 CREDITS)
The following courses will be used to fulfill CORE requirements:
ECON 111 Principles of Economics: Macro
MATH 123 Finite Math
MSB 287 Business Ethics
 
BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS
(42 CREDITS)
The following courses will also be included:
CIS 110 Introduction to Computer Applications for Business
ECON 112 Principles of Economics: Micro
ECON 221 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics
IB 241 Globalization
MSB 100 Introduction to Business (1 credit)
MSB 110 Introduction to Financial Reporting
MSB 120 Introduction to Management Control and Planning
MSB 200 Principles of Management
MSB 210 Principles of Marketing
MSB 220 Financial Management
MSB 240 Business Law I
MSB 250 Business Communication and Mentoring
MSB 305 Organizational Behavior
MSB 400 Professional Seminar (2 credits)
MSB 480 Strategic Management
 

MAJOR SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS
(29 CREDITS)

ACCT 115 Introduction to Financial Accounting II
ACCT 115L Financial Accounting II Lab (1 credit)
ACCT 230 Tax Accounting
ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 310 Advanced Financial Accounting
ACCT 340 Advanced Managerial Accounting
ACCT 410 Auditing
ACCT 440 Accounting Information Systems
BUS 345 Business Law II
CARP 412 Career Planning II (1 credit)

ELECTIVES
Elective (6 Credits) - Students may choose from any elective course offered/accepted
by the College including non-business courses.

MINOR SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS
(6 COURSES - 16 CREDITS)

Monitoring of student progress in pursuing a minor in Accounting is necessary to enhance the student learning experience. Therefore, a written declaration must be submitted by the student to the Registrar.

ACCT 115 Introduction to Financial Accounting II
ACCT 115L Financial Accounting II Lab
ACCT 230 Tax Accounting
ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 340 Advanced Managerial Accounting
 
In fulfilling the requirements of the minor, students are required to complete more than fifty percent of the coursework at King's College.
 

MINOR SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS - FORENSIC ACCOUNTING
(6 COURSES - 18 CREDITS)

Monitoring of student progress in pursuing a minor in Accounting is necessary to enhance the student learning experience. Therefore, a written declaration must be submitted by the student to the Registrar.

MSB 110 Introduction to Financial Accounting
MSB 120 Introduction to Management Accounting and Planning
ACCT 210 Fraud Examination I: Forensic and Investigative Accounting
ACCT 211 Fraud Examination II: Forensic and Investigative Accounting
ACCT 230 Tax Accounting
ACCT 460 Advanced Federal Taxation
 
In fulfilling the requirements of the minor, students are required to complete more than fifty percent of the coursework at King's College.

 

Students shall not earn credit for more than 15 hours in any designated course,  or combination of courses within the William G. McGowan School of Business Foundation Courses and/or the major courses, in Accounting, Management, Marketing , Finance, Human Resources Management, and International Business without being declared as either a major or minor  student of one of those majors, or being granted permission by the Dean of The William G. McGowan School of Business.
All McGowan School of Business (MSB) and Accounting (ACCT) courses numbered 300 and above must be completed at King's College for King's to award the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with a major in Accounting degree or a minor sequence in Accounting or for the fulfillment of any required course in any other degree or minor offered through the William G. McGowan School of Business  unless permission is granted by the Department Chair in writing prior to the start of any course work.