**Students pursuing a concentration in Accounting (Option 1 or 2) will take AC 4750 - Auditing instead of MG 4940. AC 4750 will satisfy the BSBA undergraduate capstone graduation requirement.
*Students with concentrations in accounting pursuing the accelerated MBA Option to meet CPA certification requirements will be waived from this course (MG 3300) at the undergraduate level and will instead take an additional upper-division accounting course. These students will take the Core Managerial Perspective course MG 6310 during their graduate work.
Concentration Requirement for the BSBA Degree:
Helzberg School of Management Business Administration major course requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree (BSBA):
The BSBA Business Administration major requires the completion of 15 upper-division Helzberg School of Management hours in addition to all university requirements and BSBA prerequisite requirements and Helzberg School of Management Core courses for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree. The student may choose any additional 15 hours from upper-division courses (six hours must be at the 4000-level or higher) offered by the Helzberg School of Management or the student may pursue a concentration as outlined below.
Concentration in Accounting Option 2:
For BSBA students with a concentration in accounting pursuing the accelerated MBA Option to meet CPA Certification requirements.
*AC 4750 will satisfy the BSBA’s undergraduate capstone graduation requirement. For students pursuing Option 2, please see the Graduate Studies in the Helzberg School of Management section of the catalog for MBA admission requirements. Upon fulfilling the requirements for the BSBA degree as stated, admittance to the MBA program, and completion of all University graduation requirements, the student will receive the BSBA degree.
A sample course of study for students choosing Option 2 follows: