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Accounting

Flagler's accounting program teaches you the analytical, decision-making, and communication skills you need to succeed. We'll help you understand accounting's role in making better business decisions. Completing the program also prepares you to sit for the CPA licensure exam in Florida and most other states.

What You'll Study

You'll take courses in accounting, business administration, and economics. You'll also develop critical thinking, oral, and written communication skill through a liberal arts education. Because you'll take many business courses, you may also earn a minor in business administration.

Practical Experience

You'll learn the fundamentals of financial and managerial accounting through practical applications like case studies. You learn from experienced faculty (many of whom are also practicing CPAs). You'll also have ample access to internships in public and private accounting.

What's Next?

There are plenty of clubs to join! Flagler's Enactus and Society for Advanced Managment teams have both won multiple national awards.

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For being a person who has a lot of energy and being outgoing, Flagler has given me a chance to be me, opportunities to develop my leadership skills, awesome faculty and staff, and lifelong friends. Mary-Jo Lendering (second from right), Accounting, 2017
Four students display awards for the Society of Advanced Management.
For being a person who has a lot of energy and being outgoing, Flagler has given me a chance to be me, opportunities to develop my leadership skills, awesome faculty and staff, and lifelong friends. Mary-Jo Lendering (second from right), Accounting, 2017

Major Requirements

Required Courses
66 Credit Hours
ACC
211
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC
349
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC
350
Intermediate Accounting II
ACC
359
Managerial Accounting
ACC
360
Cost Accounting
ACC
361
Federal Income Tax
ACC
371
Accounting Information Services
ACC
411
Intermediate Accounting III
ACC
448
Advanced Accounting
ACC
451
Auditing
BUS
301
Financial Management I
BUS
302
Financial Management II
BUS
307
Principles of Management
MRK
310
Principles of Marketing
BUS
470
Strategic Management
MIS
206
Data Management for Business
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
MAT
135
College Algebra
or MAT
161
Pre-calculus
or MAT
201
Calculus I
MAT
223
Statistics
ECO
201
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO
202
Principles of Microeconomics
COM
101
Speech Communication
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Minor Requirements

Required Courses
15 Credit Hours
ACC
211
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC
212
Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACC
349
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC
350
Intermediate Accounting II
ACC
411
Intermediate Accounting III
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Elective Courses (Choose two)
6 Credit Hours
ACC
359
Managerial Accounting
ACC
360
Cost Accounting
ACC
361
Federal Income Tax
ACC
371
Accounting Information Services
ACC
440
Select Topics
ACC
448
Advanced Accounting
ACC
451
Auditing
ACC
463
Advanced Federal Income Tax
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