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Accounting

The Accounting program introduces students to the analytical, decision-making, and communication skills needed to succeed in today’s corporate world.

What You'll Study

The Accounting curriculum is designed to ensure that students receive a strong foundation in accounting, with supporting coursework in finance, computing, marketing, money and banking, and economics. Accounting majors who are considering sitting for the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) licensure exam are encouraged to complete a minor in finance.

Practical Experience

Accounting majors learn the fundamentals of financial and managerial accounting through practical applications. Students receive instruction from experienced faculty, many of whom are also practicing CPAs.  Students have the opportunity to pursue internships with private accounting firms, in the public sector, or in government. 

Major Requirements

Required Courses
69 Credit Hours
PDH
300
Career Development (1)
ACC
301
Accounting Theory & Practice
CIS
206
Data Management for Business
ECO
211
Principles of Microeconomics
ECO
212
Principles of Macroeconomics
MAT
223
Statistics
BUS
307
Principles of Management
ACC
359
Managerial Accounting
ACC
349
Intermediate Accounting I
BUS
230
Quantitative Methods in Business
FIN
301
Financial Management I
ACC
350
Intermediate Accounting II
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
ECO
321
Money & Banking
ACC
371
Accounting Information Systems
ACC
411
Intermediate Accounting III
ACC
455
Professional Ethics & Regulation
ACC
361
Federal Income Tax
BUS
461
Human Resource Management
ACC
448
Advanced Accounting
ACC
451
Auditing
FIN
302
Financial Management II
BUS
470
Strategic Management
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Hybrid Evening Program

Students will complete the Accounting program within five semesters taking: four classes in a 16-week period, divided into two per eight weeks. For the convenience of the working professional, the classes will be scheduled in the evenings and online. 

Courses in Spring 2021 will be a mix of hybrid and online courses.  Online courses will be delivered either synchronous or asynchronous. (Students may request medical accomodations to have their Spring 2021 courses delivered online.)

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Minor Requirements

Accounting majors who are considering sitting for the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) licensure exam are encouraged to complete a minor in finance, however, a minor in Marketing is also offered.

Finance Minor
18 Hours
BUS
301
Financial Management I
BUS
302
Financial Management II
BUS
353
Investments
BUS
450
International Finance
ECO
321
Money & Banking
BUS
453
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
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Marketing Minor
18 Hours
BUS
310
Principles of Marketing
BUS
315
Selling Principles & Methods
BUS
318
Principles of Advertising
BUS
415
Advanced Sales Communications
BUS
416
Marketing Research
BUS
472
Marketing Management
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What's Next?

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Flagler helped prepare me to take the next step in becoming a CPA and securing a job. I couldn't have done it without them. Aakeem Bennett, Accounting, 2018
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Flagler helped prepare me to take the next step in becoming a CPA and securing a job. I couldn't have done it without them. Aakeem Bennett, Accounting, 2018

Contact Admissions

Kiyah Shelton | Assistant Director of Recruitment | 850.201.8156

FCTadmissions@flagler.edu