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The BBA accounting curriculum is designed to prepare the student
for a career as a professional accountant. Students are encouraged
to declare their intention to major in accounting as early
as possible after enrolling at DBU. A full-time accounting
professor will counsel with each declaring student individually
to develop a semester-by-semester degree plan to assure proper
sequence of courses. Students may not continue as accounting
majors unless they maintain a Grade Point Average of 3.0 in
their upper-level accounting courses.
The purpose of the Accounting Program of Dallas Baptist University
is to provide a Christ-centered, high quality, accounting
education by focusing on faith-integration, excellence in
classroom instruction, and competence-building activities
in order to produce servant leaders.
BBA Accounting Degree: Graduates with a BBA in Accounting will demonstrate competence in the foundational areas of business and possess the technical skills and accounting knowledge necessary to assume an entry-level accounting role in whatever business they choose. The BBA degree alone does not qualify a student to register for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination. Students enrolled in the BBA degree program are required to complete a minimum of 120 credit hours.
BBA accounting major prepares students for careers
as professional accountants in business. In addition to the
eleven common-core courses required of all BBA degree programs,
which include 6 hours of principles level accounting courses,
accounting majors complete nine required upper-level accounting
courses and one upper level business elective.
Accounting Degree: Students
enrolled in the Accelerated BBA/MBA Accounting degree program are
required to complete a minimum of 150 credit hours. The BBA/MBA
accounting major prepares students for careers as professional
accountants in public practice. In addition to 11 common-core
courses required of all BBA degree programs, which include
6 hours of principles level accounting courses, and seven
common-core courses required of all MBA degree programs, accounting
majors complete fourteen required upper-level accounting courses.
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