Accounting is the study of analyzing, recording, summarizing and reporting financial information to managers, owners, customers, investors, and other decision makers inside and outside a business organization. Career paths chosen by students pursuing undergraduate studies in accounting commonly include financial accounting, management accounting, tax accounting, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, and auditing. Even students who choose not to major in accounting find that coursework in the field improve their ability to understand the role of accounting as part of the overall business management team, as well as their ability to comprehend financial information as it pertains to their personal wealth management.

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BUAC 000 Refer to college catalog page 119 to obtain a list of required courses and credit