Accounting, Finance and Business Law

The Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law supports the missions of the College and University by focusing on the higher educational needs of accounting and finance students in the region.  The programs are designed to help students advance their education in accounting and finance to become more productive citizens, further their accounting and finance careers, and to pursue advanced studies within a global environment.  Based on a broad business core, the Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting (BBA-Accounting) and Finance (BBA-Finance) prepares graduates for entry positions in industry, government, and not-for profit organizations. The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program offers advanced accounting studies.  Both the BBA-Accounting and MAcc programs meet the accounting education requirements of the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy.

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The Accounting major is designed to provide entry-level knowledge, skills, and concepts for careers in accounting. These careers are generally divided into four broad areas, corresponding to particular employment environments: management accounting, government accounting, accounting education, and public accounting. The career can include such activities as auditing, budgeting, data processing, controlling costs, providing tax advice, meeting tax requirements, and designing and analyzing financial systems.


The courses required for a Finance major are designed to help students prepare for careers in Corporate Financial Management, Investment Planning, Brokerage, Insurance, Commercial Banking, Real Estate and other similar fields. Core courses in finance provide students with a background in security analysis and investments, portfolio management, and financial planning and analysis. The curriculum also covers monetary policy, banking, financial markets, financial reporting, statement analysis, and risk management. Students may select finance electives in their area of interest such as insurance, real estate, accounting, or expand their knowledge in investments or financial analysis.

Graduate Program

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree is designed to provide an opportunity for graduate study in accounting. The MAcc is intended to prepare professional accountants to fill high-level positions in accounting firms and business enterprises. The length of the program is approximately one year of full-time study for the typical BBA graduate with a major in accounting. 


Business Administration
Human Resources Management
International Business
Management Information Systems