Southern New Hampshire University
3Year Honors Program in Business Administration Year One • Business Module • Management Module • Communications/Research Module • Computer Information Technology Module • Liberal Arts/Humanities Module • Integrating Experience Year Two • Quantitative Module
Accounting Curriculum Bachelor of Science The B.A./B.S. Core: Business Core: Major Courses Courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated. ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC
207 307 308 309 345
• Management Module (includes one elective) • Business Environment Analysis Module
48 credits 24 credits
Cost Accounting Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Intermediate Accounting III Financial Statement Analysis and Business Valuation Advanced Accounting Two ACC electives, 300 level or higher*
• Liberal Arts/Humanities Module • Integrating Experience Year Three • Quantitative Module
Business Law II Total Allied Credits: 3
• Management Module (includes two electives)
Concentrations (Choose one)
• Computer Information Technology Module
Financial Accounting ACC 322 Institutional Accounting ACC 330 Federal Taxation I ACC 331 Federal Taxation II ACC 411 Auditing Principles
• Liberal Arts/Humanities Module • New Paradigm Design: Senior Consulting Business All curriculum inquiries regarding the 3Year Honors Program should be forwarded to the Program Director, Ashley Liadis, at 603.644.3178 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Business Programs Accounting (Online/On Location) Department Chair: Dr. Laurence Pelletier, Jr. The accounting program provides students with the educational prerequisites required for the certiﬁed public accountant examination, certiﬁed management accountant examination, certiﬁed internal auditor examination and a host of other professional titles related to accounting and taxation. Accounting students will receive general instruction in business and a thorough education in all areas of accounting, ﬁnance and taxation. Students majoring in accounting will be able to specialize in either the ﬁnancial or managerial ﬁelds of accounting. A cooperative education experience also is available in this program. Students will be able to take additional electives to supplement their knowledge or to further specialize their educations.
Total Major Credits: 24 Allied Courses BUS 307
Managerial Accounting ACC 312 International Managerial Accounting ACC 335 Tax Factors For Business Decisions ACC 340 Controllership ACC 421 Auditing and Forensic Accounting Total Concentration Credits: 12 Free electives
Total Credits: 120 * Students completing ACC 330 and ACC 331 may not take ACC 335 to satisfy an Accounting elective or a free elective.
Accounting/Finance (Online/On Location) Program Coordinator: Asst. Prof. David Doyon The accounting/ﬁnance degree offers students the course work they need to qualify for careers in the accounting or ﬁnance professions. The degree prepares graduates for meaningful employment in accounting, banking, corporate ﬁnance, insurance, investments and personal ﬁnance. The major would be of particular interest to students seeking to study accounting and ﬁnance without following the traditional certiﬁed public accountant track. The major also offers an option for accounting and ﬁnance students who wish to follow the traditional CPA track. Such students can fulﬁll the necessary CPA requirements by taking additional accounting courses as free electives.
Published on Oct 19, 2009