The MS in Accounting program features two tracks. Completion of either track will academically qualify students to take the CPA exam and meet licensing requirements. The first track, part of the College's 150-hour accounting program, is designed for students who have an undergraduate major or concentration in accounting. This track was recognized with the American Accounting Association's prestigious Innovation in Accounting Education Award. The other track is tailored to students who do not have an undergraduate background in accounting but desire to focus in this area at the graduate level.
Biochemistry BS Department of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science The Bachelor of Science with a major in biochemistry program is designed for students who plan to enter graduate school or the chemical or pharmaceutical industry. In particular, it is ideal for the pre-professional student preparing for admission into a school of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or physical therapy. The curriculum is certified by the American Chemical Society. The Bachelor of Science major in biochemistry is particularly well suited to premedical students
BS in Accounting Degree Requirements include seven required courses for the major, fulfillment of the University and Business Core Curriculum and a minimum of 121 total credits. Freshman year, you’ll take introductory courses in business, management information systems and mathematics along with the core curriculum and courses in the humanities and social sciences