Transfer 2+2+1 Program

Accounting Transfer 2+2+1 Program

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This plan is designed for students with a transferable AA or AS who are transferring to Carroll College to pursue a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Accounting followed by the Master of Accountancy (MACC). Students with a transferrable AA or AS will have fulfilled Carroll’s core requirements except for Introduction to Theology (TH 101) and one philosophy course if a philosophy course was not taken during the AA/AS degree.

By taking the required courses in years 1 and 2 and by transferring the maximum 62 semester / 93 quarter credits, this plan allows the student to complete both the accounting undergraduate and the graduate program in three years at Carroll.

Years 1 & 2 must include: MUS Equivalent

  • Principles of Accounting I & II (BA 203-204) ACTG 201 - ACTG 202
  • Principles of Economics I & II (EC 201-202) ECNS 201-202
  • Management Information Systems (CIS 213) BMIS 285
  • Difference Equations & Linear Algebra (MA 117/121/131) M 121, 122, 171
  • Elementary Statistics (MA 207) STAT 216

Carroll College Undergraduate Courses

Semester/CourseYear 1
FallCredits
BA 301 Business Law I3
BA 303 Intermediate Accounting I3
BA 313 Managerial Finance3
PHIL (Ethics or Business Ethics)3
TH 101 Introduction to Theology3
Total15
Semester/CourseYear 1
SpringCredits
BA 302 Business Law II3
BA 304 Intermediate Accounting II3
BA 315 Cost Accounting3
BA 360 Accounting Info Systems3
BA 365 Advanced Spreadsheets3
Total15

 

Semester/CourseYear 2
FallCredits
BA 306 Marketing3
BA 311 Individual Federal Taxation3
BA 375 Fundamentals of Management3
BA 405 Auditing3
Elective3
Total15
Semester/CourseYear 2
Spring***Graduate this termCredits
BA 310 Gov't & NFP Accounting3
Internship6
Elective3
Elective3
Total15

Carroll College Graduate Courses

Semester/CourseYear 2
SummerCredits
BA 501 Prof. Ethics & Legal Issues3
BA 536 Sustainability & Integrated Reporting3
BA 575 Issues in Business Environment3
Total9
 

 

Semester/CourseYear 3
FallCredits
BA 503 Financial Accounting3
BA 511 Tax Theory, Research, & Practice3
BA 507 Advanced Accounting3
BA 521 Advanced Taxation3
Total12
Semester/CourseYear 3
SpringCredits
BA 506 Advanced Auditing3
BA 526 Forensic Examination/Data Analysis3
BA 510 Not-for-Profit Acctng3
Total9