Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Undergraduate Curriculum

Undergraduate Level

The undergraduate portion of the 150-hour professional accountancy curriculum consists of 120 hours of courses normally expected to be taken during the first four years of the integrated BSAcc/MAcc program. The components of this portion of the program are as follows:

University General Education:                                                                               23 hours

Courses that satisfy University general education

Includes humanities, sciences, and state requirements.

General education and core program prerequisites

requirements are recommended for the freshman and

sophomore years.

 

Accountancy Foundation Courses:

Philosophy 1000 (Intro), 1100 (Ethics), or 1200 (Logic)

3

 

Communication 1200: Intro to Speech Comm.

3

 

Intro to Psychology or Intro to Sociology

3

 

 

 

9 hours

Pre-Accountancy Core:

Intro Accounting (Acct. 2026 & 2027, 2036 & 2037 or 2136H & 2137H)

6

 

Economics (1014 and 1015 or 1051H)

6

 

English 1000

3

 

Professional Development in Business (BA1500, BA2500)

4

 

Mathematics (Math 1100, 1300, and 1400)

9

 

Statistics 2500

3

 

 

 

31 hours

Required Core Courses:

Computer Systems (Acct. 2258)

3

 

Economics (3229 and 3251 or 4351)

6

 

Corporate Finance (Fin. 3000)

3

 

Management Principles (Mgmt. 3000)

3

 

Business & Society (Mgmt. 3200H or 4140)

3

 

Business Law (Mgmt. 3540)

3

 

Marketing Principles (Mktg. 3000)

3

 

Statistics 3500

3

 

 

 

27 hours


Required Accountancy Courses:

Financial Acct. (3326 and 3346)

6

 

Cost/Managerial (Acct. 3347)

3

 

Accounting Information Systems (Acct. 3328)

3

 

Introduction to Taxation (Acct. 4353)

3

 

Audit (Acct. 4384) and/or Accounting/Business Electives

6

 

 

 

21 hours

 

Professional Electives:

Six credits (2000-level non-business elective
or 3000-level business electives)    

 

6 hours

Senior Capstone:

Strategic Management (Mgmt. 4970)  

 

3 hours

          

Total Undergraduate Level Education                                                  

120 hours