Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Accounting
Five-Year Program in Accounting (BBA/MBA)
in accounting provides students with a course of study designed to
qualify them for careers in either public or private accounting and
curriculum is registered with the New York State Department of
Education, entitling students who major in accounting to be admitted to
the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination. In addition, students
qualify for admission to the Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
accounting majors are required to complete a minimum 400-hour,
non-credit internship as part of the degree requirements. No more than
100 hours may be acquired from student-run organizations.
increased emphasis on additional education by the accounting profession,
the accounting program allows students the option of enrolling in a
This program, for which students must apply during their
junior year, results in a bachelor of business administration and
master of business administration (MBA) at the end of the fifth year.
(Inquiries about this 5-year program should be directed to either
department chair Dr. Susan Anders or MBA program director John Stevens.