The accounting major at Wilmington College is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of career options in public accounting, industry, and government. In recognition of the role of accounting in today’s economy, the program emphasizes development of both the ability to use the outputs of the accounting process and the skills necessary to design, operate, and manage accounting information systems. Students completing this major may choose to demonstrate their proficiency in accounting by seeking to achieve professional designation in one or more of the following: Certified Public Accountant (CA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
AC232, 233 Principles of Accounting I, II: 8 semester hours
AC330, 331 Intermediate Accounting I, II: 8 semester hours
AC336 Tax Accounting: 4 semester hours
AC344 Cost Management: 4 semester hours
AC432 Special Situations and Issues in Contemporary Financial Accounting: 4 semester hours
AC433 Auditing: 4 semester hours
EC130, 131 Principles of Economics: I, II 8 semester hours
EC336, 337 Business Statistics I, II: 8 semester hours
MA230 Introduction to Management and Organizations: 4 semester hours
MK230 Introduction to Marketing: 4 semester hours
Note: The completion of 124 semester hours of academic work, including transfer work, is required for graduation. In addition to the above required major courses, students are also required to fulfill the Wilmington College general education program. Please consult your academic advisor and your catalog for a complete description of all graduation requirements.