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Accounting Major, B.A. Degree

General Studies

BIBL 215  Old Testament Literature  3
BIBL 216  New Testament Literature  3
COMM 171  Speech Communication  3
ENGL 101  Written Communication II  3
ENGL 102  Written Communication III  3
PSYC 182  General Psychology  3
PHED 100  Lifelong Physical Awareness  0.5
SOC 151  Principles of Sociology  3
  Foreign Language, Two Semesters  6
  History Elective  3
  Art/Drama/Music  3
  Literature  3
MATH 111  Basic Probability & Statistics  3
  Science with Lab  4
PHIL 150  Logic & Critical Thinking  2
PHIL 250  Introduction to Philosophy  3
THEO 110  Exploring the Christian Faith  3
PHIL 452  Senior Experience  1
PHED 112-136  Physical Education Activities  1.5
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Accounting Core Requirements:

ACCT 203  Fundamentals of Accounting I  3
ACCT 204  Fundamentals of Accounting II  3
ACCT 303  Intermediate Accounting I  3
ACCT 304  Intermediate Accounting II  3
ACCT 310  Advanced Financial Accounting  3
ACCT 311  Managerial Accounting  3
ACCT 312  Federal Income Taxation  3
ACCT 412  Auditing 3
ACCT 327  Accounting Information Systems 3
CAPP 130  ComputerApplications  3
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Business Core Requirements:

BADM 221  Business Law  3
BADM 222  Business Communication 3
BADM 321  Principles of Management  3
BADM 322  Principles of Marketing  3
BADM 341  International Business  3
BADM 450  Business Policy  3
ECON 229 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ECON 230  Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ECON 332  Management Finance  3
MATH 286  Applied Mathematics for Business  3
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Electives needed to complete the degree  10

Students majoring in Accounting may not also major in Business Administration. For transfer students the 12 hours required at Bethel must be Accounting Core courses, or if these have been completed, in accounting electives. Up to 3 hours of independent study, life learning credit, field work or an accounting internship may be applied toward the 12-hour requirement.

Credits earned at other institutions in 100 or 200 level courses will not satisfy Bethel courses at the 300 or 400 level.