Students will complete the following curriculum requirements, beginning with the seventh semester. During the spring semester following the completion of the undergraduate portion of the program, students commence the graduate portion of the program, which will be completed during the following fall semester. Internships and work programs during the graduate portion of the program also are available.

The structure of the BS/MS Accounting program allows both current and future undergraduate students the ability to continue their study of Accounting, earning a Masters in Accounting, while also preparing themselves for the CPA examination. Students looking to meet the CPA credit requirement will find that FDU's 150 credit hour BS/MS Accounting program allows them to do so while attaining a deeper understanding of Accounting theory, concepts, and practices.



Recommended BS/MS Accounting Program Course Curriculum

Note:  The requirements below show the current degree program implemented starting in Fall 2013. Any student with specific questions should contact the advisor on his or her home campus. Numbers in parentheses indicate recommended semester. Courses with one asterisk (*) have prerequisites. Courses with two asterisks (**) can be taken concurrently. All courses are three credits except for FRSH 1000 (one credit).

General Education Requirements:

Specific Skills:

Social and Behavioral Science (choose 3 courses):
Courses to be selected from Anthropology, History, Political Science/International Studies, Psychology, or Sociology courses for which the student meets prerequisites, ECON 2205 or ORGS 1100 (Ethical Issues in Social Institutions). Not more than two courses may be taken from any one of these disciplines. ORGS 1100 is a recommended course.

Humanities or Language Elective (choose 1 course):
Elective course to be selected from Literature, Philosophy, Fine Arts, History, Humanities, Music or Theatre; or foreign language.

Literature/Language Elective (choose 1 course):
Elective course must be an advisor-approved course in literature or foreign language. Students electing a foreign language are encouraged to complete a second semester of that same language.

Scientific Analysis/Excel Proficiency (6 credits):
Elective courses to be selected from 1000-level (or above) courses in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics or Environmental Science, or from MIS 1045-Information Technology in Business Communication**, or ENGR 3000 Modern Technologies. One of the two courses selected must have a laboratory requirement. All business students must take a proficiency exam for skills in Excel, or choose to take MIS 1045. Students must take MIS 1045 if exam results indicate lack of Excel proficiency.

University Requirements:
Note: University CORE courses cannot begin until student has been placed into ENGW 1101 Freshman Writing Workshop/ENWR 1101 Academic Writing.

Free Electives (choose 4 courses)
Any undergraduate course offered by the University provided that prerequisites have been met. Free electives may be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor or count toward a second major.

Business Core:

Restricted Business Core (3 credits)
FIN 3310-Intermediate Financial Analysis is required for all Accounting majors.
For the 150-hour accounting program, the GMAT must be taken at the end of junior year.

Major Courses:
Note:  Must earn a grade of "C" or better in these courses for graduation requirements.

Graduate Courses:
For students who are accepted in the 150-Hour Accounting Program

Graduate Accounting Electives (choose 2 courses)

Graduate Business Electives (choose 3 courses)


Course Requirements Prior to Fall 2013



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Prospective Students:

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Silberman College of Business
Undergraduate Services Office

Janette Shurdom
Assistant Dean Undergraduate Programs & Student Services
(V) 201-692-2135
(F) 201-692-7209

Current Students:

For information or questions regarding your program please contact the advisor on your campus:

Florham Campus
Center for Business Students-Advising Office
The Mansion, Lower Level
(V) 973-443-8800
(F) 973-443-8808

Jennifer Page
Advising Counselor
Janet Rapisardi
Advising Counselor
Linda Salavarra
Advising Counselor

Metropolitan Campus
Academic Advisement Center
Robison Hall, Room 30
(V) 201-692-2339
(F) 201-692-2233

Rachel D. Murphy