Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting - Financial Planning Concentration

General Education Requirements
School of Business General Education Requirements9
School of Business Foundation Requirements9
Required Courses
ACCT 202Fundamentals of Accounting II1
ACCT 300Accounting Colloquium0.0
ACCT 301Federal Taxation of Individuals1
ACCT 303Financial Accounting I1
ACCT 304Financial Accounting II1
ACCT 421Managerial Cost Accounting1
FINA 318Fundamentals of Financial Planning1
FINA 401Retirement Planning1
or FINA 402 Estate Planning and Insurance
Required Concentration Electives
Select two of the following:2
Federal Taxation of Entities
Auditing I
Accounting Information Systems
Data Analytics for Accounting
Investments
Retirement Planning (if not taken as part of the major requirements)
Estate Planning and Insurance
General Electives (in or outside the School of Business)5
Total Units32

Financial planning courses for the concentration are a subset of the required courses leading to CFP exam qualification. Students may take additional financial planning courses to qualify to sit for the CFP exam.

Accounting majors and minors are not permitted to take any 300- or 400-level Accounting (ACCT) course on a pass/fail basis, unless the course is offered only on a pass/fail basis.