Accounting Specialization - UndergraduateThe Accounting Specialization for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree requires the student to complete eight upper-division accounting courses, six of which are required and two of which are elective.
ACCT 3020 Basic Federal Income Taxation
ACCT 3030 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 3040 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACCT 3050 Intermediate Managerial Accounting
ACCT 3080 Accounting Information Systems
ACCT 4080 Principles of Auditing
Specialization Elective Courses:
ACCT 4010 Advanced Financial Accounting
ACCT 4040 Advanced Federal Income Taxation
ACCT 4060 Advanced Managerial Accounting
ACCT 4070 Governmental/Nonprofit Accounting and Auditing
ACCT 4090 Information Systems Auditing
Students interested in meeting the educational requirements to take the CPA Examination in Nebraska need at least 150 college semester credit hours, 30 credit hours more than the 120 credit hours required for the BSBA degree at UNO. The Accounting Department offers an integrated 150-hour joint undergraduate-graduate degree program that enables the student to meet the 150-credit-hour requirement to take the CPA Exam while earning both BSBA and MAcc degrees. Students interested in this 150-hour joint degree program should apply for admission into the MAcc program early in their junior year. Complete information about the MAcc program is available at macc.unomaha.edu or in the UNO Graduate Catalog.