Major Requirements

What does it take to be an Accounting Major?

Here are the requirements:

  • Complete Roberts' General Education requirements as a Liberal Arts school (60 hours)

    • Examples: Principles of Speech, Statistics, Old Testament Literature & Theology
  • Fulfill all the Business Department Professional Core requirements (38 hours)

    • Examples: Principles of Accounting, Business Law, International Business, Principles of Marketing
  • Meet the requirements for the Accounting Major (33 hours)

  • Earn a GPA of at least 2.50, cumulatively and in the Accounting courses

    • Examples: Managerial Accounting, Audit & Control, Forensic Accounting
  • Complete a customized internship based on your career aspirations (90 hours)

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Department of Undergraduate Business - 585.594.6571 - undergraduatebusiness@roberts.edu