COBA

BBA in Accounting

The Accounting major at Georgia Southern University requires a total of 48 hours. This total is in addition to the hours required for the core curriculum, which is mandated by the University for all Business graduates. The Accounting curriculum focuses on building the student’s knowledge of general business, auditing, law, tax, and other accounting-related functions.

You may download the BBA Accounting Curriculum Sheet here BBA Accounting Plan of Study.

Fraud Minor

This minor consists of 15 semester hours of undergraduate education designed to prepare future fraud investigators. The curriculum encompasses fraud examination, white-collar crime, the criminal justice system, fraud-related legal issues, and forensic interviewing and interrogation.

For more information on our fraud minor visit the Fraud and Forensic Accounting website.

Pre-Business/Accounting and BBA Advising

Advisement for Pre-Business/Accounting and BBA Accounting majors is mandatory during the Fall and Spring semesters. Students must see an advisor before receiving a Registration Access Number (RAN) to register for courses via WINGS. Advising is available each semester prior to the registration period (with the exception of the Summer term, at which time advising is offered on a case-by-case basis). Students will receive an e-mail listing the dates for advisement. They should then schedule an appointment for advisement with their assigned advisor. Students may locate the name of their advisor under the “Student Records” section on WINGS.

Click here for more information on advising.

 

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