I. Major Program Requirements
Forty-eight semester credits of accounting, business, and economics courses:
II. Other Program Requirements
Note for Students Interested in Certification in Public Accountancy: Beginning in 1997, Montana requires that individuals must have earned at least 150 semester credit hours, which includes the credits earned toward the baccalaureate degree, to become certified as a CPA. Students may continue to sit for the CPA exam with a bachelor's degree. Students attending Carroll College may take the 28 additional credit hours at Carroll College or at a graduate degree-granting institution. Further information is available from your academic advisor.
The 150 semester hour requirement includes a requirement of 24 upper division accounting hours and 24 business related hours. Business related courses also include computer applications and communications. Students should meet with their academic advisors to select appropriate courses to satisfy the 150 hour or graduate school admission requirements.
If the student wishes to take the additional course work at Carroll, the following courses are highly recommended:
Note: All degree students should review requirements for graduation as described in the catalog.
Course descriptions can be found in the Academic Catalog.