Midway College’s Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting is designed to prepare learners for leadership positions in the fast growing and challenging field of accounting. Accounting professionals perform vital functions for their clients or organizations by offering an increasingly wide array of services. Robert Half, a leading employment placement firm, estimates an 18 to 26 percent increase in accounting jobs during the next few years and clearly the profession has grown into being much more than just “number-crunching.”
Midway’s accounting degree meets the course requirements to sit for the CPA and CMA exams. Kentucky, along with most other states, requires candidates who sit for the CPA exam to have completed a baccalaureate degree with 27 semester hours of accounting courses. Kentucky also requires 150 semester hours and one year of professional accounting experience to be fully licensed as a CPA. Students can earn these additional credit hours in undergraduate or graduate courses at Midway College.
Midway’s degree exposes students to 4 significant areas of accounting:
1. Knowledge of general business environment and business concepts that professionals need to know in order to understand the underlying business reasons for and accounting implications of business transactions, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.
2. Generally accepted accounting principles for business enterprises, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental entities, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.
3. Auditing procedures, generally accepted auditing standards and other standards related to attest engagements, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.
4. Knowledge of federal taxation, ethics, professional and legal responsibilities, and business law, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.
To help you plan for your coursework at Midway College, the information below shows a ‘typical’ plan for Women’s College students to complete the BBA in Accounting degree in four years as well as a plan for evening/online students.
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|General Education Requirements||34-40|
|Sport Management Requirements||30|
|Principles of Accounting I ACC 210||3|
|Principles of Accounting II ACC 215||3|
|Intermediate Accounting I ACC 370||3|
|Intermediate Accounting II ACC 371||3|
|Cost Accounting ACC 380||3|
|Federal Taxation I ACC 408||3|
|Audit Theory and Practice ACC 425||3|
|Advanced Accounting ACC 435||3|
|Business Capstone BUS 490||3|
|Choose one of the following||3|
|Federal Taxation II ACC 409||3|
|Accounting Information Systems ACC 444||3|
|Introduction to Quantitative Analysis BUS 105||3|
|Principles of Management BUS 230||3|
|Principles of Marketing BUS 255||3|
|Business and Organizational Communication BUS 313||3|
|Managerial Finance BUS 321||3|
|Legal Environment of Business BUS 340||3|
|Business Law BUS 341||3|
|Global Business BUS 390||3|
|Management Science BUS 225||3|
|Application Software CIS 235||3|
|Introduction to Management Information Systems CIS 330||3|
|Introduction to Economics ECO 225||3|
|Elementary Statistics MTH 138||3|