Our Accounting program blends accounting, information technology, and business to teach you about contemporary work environments, issues, and challenges. Learn about financial accounting, cost accounting, tax accounting, auditing, international accounting, and business law. Accounting internships in the public, corporate, or governmental/not-for-profit sectors will maximize your knowledge of the field with real-life experiences.
The Brown School of Business and Leadership at Stevenson University has been awarded the status of Candidate for Accreditation by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. For a listing of the degrees eligible for accreditation, click here.
Stevenson University has received a $150,000 naming gift from faculty member Dennis Starliper to create an Applied Finance Lab for the university’s Brown School of Business and Leadership. Featuring digital stock tickers and multiple market data displays, the Applied Finance Lab will be a sophisticated teaching and research tool to enhance our students’ career readiness by developing their command of financial technology platforms and investment decision-making processes.
The Accounting program will not only prepare you for licensure and the Maryland Certified Public Accounting examination, it also provides you with the mentoring and professional know-how to enhance your career potential. Graduates of our Accounting program embark on many rewarding career choices, including:
Curious about internships and job placement after you graduate? Visit our Office of Career Services.
The courses listed below are required for completion of the bachelor's degree in accounting. Students must also complete the requirements for the Stevenson Educational Experience (SEE).
Specific pre- and co-requisites for each course are listed in the course descriptions.
|FYS 100||First Year Seminar||1 credit|
|ACC 140||Financial Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC 141||Managerial Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC 201||Intermediate Accounting I||4 credits|
|ACC 202||Intermediate Accounting II||4 credits|
|ACC 301||Intermediate Accounting III||4 credits|
|ACC 302||Advanced Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC 303||Cost and Managerial Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC 304||Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC 400||Auditing and Attestation||4 credits|
|ACC 407||Experiential Auditing||3 credits|
|ACC 417||Accounting Internship||3 - 15 credits|
|ACC 411||Tax Accounting: Individual||3 credits|
|ACC 412||Tax Accounting: Corporation and Partnership||3 credits|
|ACC 430||Financial Modeling and Analysis||3 credits|
|ACC 490||Senior Seminar||1 credit|
|CM 101||Public Speaking||3 credits|
|EC 201||Principles of Macroeconomics||3 credits|
|EC 202||Principles of Microeconomics||3 credits|
|FIN 303||Foundations of Finance||3 credits|
|IS 135||MS Office Applications||3 credits|
|LAW 308||Business Law and Legal Responsibilities||3 credits|
|MATH 136||Introduction to Statistics||4 credits|
|MGT 204||Principles of Management||3 credits|
|MGT 210||Business Writing||3 credits|
|MGT 308||Business Ethics||3 credits|
|MKT 206||Principles of Marketing||3 credits|
Explore our academic catalog for a full listing of courses, course descriptions, suggested course sequences, and more.
A minor in Accounting is available. All course prerequisites must be met to be eligible to take the selected course for a minor. Please see an academic advisor for more information. Specific information regarding minors may be found in the Minors section of the catalog.
Our B.S. to M.S. option allows you to graduate with a master’s in Stevenson’s Business & Technology Management, Forensic Accounting, or Forensic Studies program in as little as five years. A second Bachelor’s degree is yet another possibility.