Accounting (BS): (Undeclared) (20ACCBS)

Freshman Year

Fall Semester Credit Spring Semester Credit
M 100 Professionalism, Diversity and Acad Success in Mgmt1 1 MA 114 Finite Math7                                                                 3
ENG 1012 or Natural Science (with Lab)3 4 Communicationsor Humanities9 3
MA 121/131/141 Elements of Calculus4 3 ENG 1012 or Natural Science (with Lab)3 4
FL_ 2015 3 EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics10 3
MIE 201 Intro to Bus Processes 3 ACC 210 Concepts of Financial Reporting12 3
HESF 1** Health & Exercise Studies Course6 1
15 16

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester Credit Spring Semester Credit
ACC 220 Intro Managerial Accounting11, 12                                  3 ACC 310 Intermediate Financial Accounting I12 3
BUS 340 Information Systems Management 3 BUS 351 Predictive Analytics for Business 3
BUS/ST 350 Econ BUS Statistics12 3 BUS 320, 360, 370, MIE 305, 330 3
Natural Science3 3 PSY 200 Intro. to Psychology 3
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Additional Breadth14 3
 ST 307 Intro to Statistical Programming – SAS 1
15 16

Junior Year

Fall Semester Credit Spring Semester Credit
ACC 311 Intermediate Financial Accounting II12               3  ACC 330 Intro to Income Tax12 3
ACC 340 Accounting Info Systems12 3  BUS 320, 360, 370, MIE 305, 330 (take two) 6
BUS 320, 360, 370, MIE 305, 330 (take two) 6  Concentration or Free Elective17 3
Advanced Writing15 3 Communicationsor Humanities9 3
HES_*** Health & Exercise Studies Course15 1
16 15

Senior Year

Fall Semester Credit Spring Semester Credit
ACC 450 Auditing & Assurance Services12         3 Concentration or Free Elective17 3
Concentration or Free Elective17 3 MIE 480 Business & Policy Strategy 3
Interdisciplinary Perspectives19 2 Free Electives17 6
Free Elective17 4
Humanities9 3
15 12

Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation*: 120

GPA Graduation Requirements

Overall GPA for all courses attempted at NC State must be 2.0 or higher; and
Overall GPA for all ACC courses attempted at NC State must be 2.0 or higher

1. Students should take M 100 their first semester in the program
2.  A grade of C- or better is required.
3.  7 Credit hours- include one laboratory course or course with a lab from the GEP Natural Sciences list.
4.  MA 131 or MA 141 are encouraged for students who qualify and aspire to take additional calculus. For students completing MA 141, one credit of MA 141 will count as free elective credit.
5.  Unless a placement exam is successfully completed, students are required to complete FL_ 201 the third semester of a foreign language (through the intermediate level). Students will not receive credit for courses below 102 unless starting a language different from their high school proficiency. Students who place beyond FL_201 and choose not to take a foreign language course will have satisfied the foreign language requirement but will not receive hour credit.
6. 1 hour of Health & Exercise Studies at the 100 level. (HES 101 through 109 will satisfy this requirement.)
7.  MA 242 may substitute
8. COM 110, 112, or 211.
9. Choose two courses from the GEP Humanities list; Students must also take one course from the Poole College of Management Ethics list – MIE 306, PHI 214, 221, 312, 375 (no credit hour requirement). If a student takes a PHI course to satisfy the Ethics requirement, it may double-count as the second humanities course provided the first course was not also a PHI course.
10.
 ARE 201 may substitute.
11. ACC 200 may Substitute.
12. COURSES REQUIRING “C- or C+” PREREQUISITES: ACC 310: C+ or better in ACC 210
ACC 311: C- or better in ACC 310
ACC 330: C- or better in ACC 210
ACC 410: C- or better in ACC 210
ACC 420: C- or better in ACC 200 or 220
ACC 440: C- or better in ACC 340
ACC 450: C- or better in ACC 311

13. ST 302, 361, 370 or 372 may substitute for BUS 350.

14. Take one from the GEP Additional Breadth- Humanities/Social Sciences/Visual Performing Arts list.
15. Select one of the following courses: ENG 331 Communication for Engineering and Technology, ENG 332 Communication for Business Mgmt., or ENG 333 Communication for Science and Research.
16. 1 hour of Health & Exercise Studies. (PEC, PEF, PEH, PEO and PES courses cannot be taken to satisfy this requirement.) (HES courses may be taken credit only.)
17. Students have the option of choosing a 9 hour concentration or having 9 hours of additional free electives. Students choosing a concentration should pick from the following concentration lists:

Financial Analysis – ACC 411 and two of the following: BUS 420, BUS 422, BUS 425, BUS 426, BUS 428, EC 404, or EC 474.

Managerial – ACC 420, and two of the following: MIE 435, BUS 470, BUS 472, BUS 473, BUS 474, BUS 475 or BUS 479.

Information Systems – ACC 440 and two of the following: BUS 440, BUS 441, BUS 442, BUS 444, BUS 449, BUS 458 or BUS 459.

Internal Auditing—ACC 440 and ACC 451 and one of the following: BUS 440, BUS 441, BUS 470, BUS 472, EC 404 or EC 474.

Governmental/ Nonprofit – ACC 460 (formerly ACC 410), ACC 420 and one of the following: PS 202, PS 203, PS 312, HI 380 and COM 466.
18. Free Elective credit will not be allowed for FL 101 or 105 (in any language in which proficiency requirement is met), and MA 101, 103, 105. ACC 495/498/499 can count for up to 6 hours of free electives. Free electives may be taken for credit only.
19. Choose one from the GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives list. For students completing a three-credit IP course, one credit will count in free electives.

* Students must also complete as a part of their general education requirements one course from the GEP U.S. Diversity list (no credit hour requirement) and one course from the GEP Global Knowledge list (no credit hour requirement).

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