The requirements under the 2004-05 catalog are very similar to the current requirements. Under the 2004-05 catalog, students are required to take three additional credit hours of accounting electives and three fewer hours of non-business electives (compared to the current requirements). The requirements for the 2004-05 catalog are summarized below:
In addition to meeting the Jennings A. Jones College of Business requirements, an Accounting major consists of 27 semester hours of accounting and requires a minimum 2.00 GPA. At least 12 semester hours must be taken in residence at MTSU. Majors must earn a C (2.00) or better in all required accounting courses (includes ACTG 2110, 2120, and required courses listed below).
Required Courses (for course descriptions, click here)
ACTG 3110, 3120 Financial Accounting and Reporting I and II
ACTG 3310 Cost Accounting
ACTG 4510 Accounting Systems
ACTG 4530 Federal Taxes I
ACTG 4620 External Auditing I OR ACTG 4640 Internal Auditing
ACTG electives* 9 hours
*All upper-division accounting courses can be used for ACTG electives except ACTG 3000, 3020, and 4420.
The Department of Accounting has prepared a sample course outline for the Accounting major with a minor in Business Administration using the 2004-05 catalog. Following this plan will help ensure that all course prerequisites are met. To view a copy of the course outline, click here.Requirements under the 2001-03 college catalog: