In order to earn the bachelor of arts in business administration degree with a major in accounting, students must complete a minimum of 180 quarter credits with a cumulative and major/program grade point average of 2.25, including the following:
With permission of the chair of the accounting program, students with an undergraduate accounting degree from Seattle University who have taken ACCT 436/ACCT 539 and ACCT 431/ACCT 533 may waive six elective credits of their MPAC program. These electives will satisfy course requirements toward both the undergraduate degree in accounting and the master of professional accounting.
1. MGMT 280 must be taken prior to or simultaneously with ACCT 301. 2. Accounting majors must normally complete 55 credits of business courses at Seattle University; 45 of these credits must be at the upper-division level and only 10 credits may be transferred toward the concentration area and no more than 15 toward their business foundation courses. 3. Internships or independent studies will not satisfy major requirements.
* Major requirements must earn a C- grade or better.