The Culverhouse School of Accountancy offers a broad range of course specializations with a specific focus: teaching students to responsibly and intelligently manage financial accounts. Classes include public accounting, management accounting, auditing, taxation, and nonprofit accounting. The program provides basic conceptual accounting and business knowledge as a foundation for career development. The Culverhouse School of Accountancy maintains superior academic credentials while delivering access to some of the most renowned scholarly resources of any American university.
Third-year Requirement for Accounting Majors:
No 300- or 400-level accounting courses may be transferred from another institution and applied to the degree requirements for accounting majors. These upper-level courses have unique components, and equivalent courses do not exist at other universities. A condition of enrollment in all undergraduate accounting courses other than AC 351 and AC 352 is admission to the Culverhouse School of Accountancy or permission of the Director.
Course Flowcharts for Freshmen and Sophomores:
- Lower Division Accounting beginning with Math 005
- Lower Division Accounting beginning with Math 100
- Lower Division Accounting beginning with Math 112
- Lower Division Accounting beginning with Math 121
Course Flowcharts for Upper Classmen: