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<ul><li><p>GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS </p><p>Skills Courses Introductory Courses Other Requirements </p><p>English 101* _______ Fine Arts/Humanities1 _______ Intergroup Relations MGMT 341 English 102* _______ Science2 _______ International Issues/Culture HIST Req Speech 104*/105* _______ Science/Math or FAH1,2 _______ Interdisciplinary Studies IS 401 Phil/Math/ IME 106*5 _______ Economics 111* _______ CMIS 108* _______ History 111b*3 _______ </p><p> Distribution Courses Special Business Requirements Fine Arts/Humanities1 _______ Political Science 112* _______ Economics 112* _______ Literature Course1 _______ Math 120*4, 6 _______ Lab science Course2 _______ </p><p> 1,2 One lab science course and one literature course are required and may be satisfied at Introductory or Distribution Level. 3 Approved History Choices (but are not Intro. Social Science): HIST 112b, 352b, 354b, 358, 356b, 360b, 413, 415, 416, 460, 461. If HIST other than 111b is taken, student must complete an additional Intro Social Science or Fine Arts/Humanities course. </p><p>4 Math 120 may be used as an Introductory course or Distribution course. If used as Introductory, students must complete a Distribution Natural Science/Mathematics course. 5 PHIL 207 may substitute 6 Students may substitute MATH 150 (with a grade of C or higher) for MATH 120 and MS 250. Bold courses are required for all business programs *Courses requiring a grade of C or better </p><p>BUSINESS CORE REQUIREMENTS (2.25 GPA required in Business courses) </p><p> * C or higher Required ** B or higher required </p><p>Requirements continued on reverse. </p><p>Course Title Prerequisites Term Grade </p><p>ACCT 200** Financial Accounting ECON 112* </p><p>MS 250*, 6 Mathematical Methods Math 120* and ECON 112* </p><p>MS 251* Statistical Analysis MS 250* and ECON 111* and ECON 112* </p><p>MGMT 340 Principles of Management ACCT 200**, Admission to the School of Business </p><p>MGMT 341 Organizational Behavior MGMT 340, Admission to the School of Business </p><p>MKTG 300 Principles of Marketing Admission to the School of Business </p><p>CMIS 342 Information Systems for Business Admission to the School of Business </p><p>PROD 315 Operations Management MS 251*, Admission to the School of Business </p><p>FIN 320 Financial Mgmt. and Decision Making ACCT 311*, MS 251*, Admission to the School of Business </p><p>IS 401 Business and Society CMIS 342, FIN 320, MGMT 341, MKTG 300, Jr. Standing </p><p>MGMT 441* Strategic Management ACCT 200**, 311*, MS 250*, 251*, MGMT 340, 341, MKTG 300, CMIS 342, PROD 315, FIN 320 </p><p>Admission to the School of Business required to enroll in any 300 or 400-level Business Courses </p><p>B.S. in Accountancy Declaration into this major requires admission to the School of Business </p><p>and at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average. Admission to the School of Business is by application only. </p><p>Effective Fall 2006. Revised July 21, 2010. Revisions reflect course prerequisite changes and/or format improvements, not changes in program requirements. </p><p>Students may request pre-business status after completing the above skills courses and attaining a 2.25 GPA. </p></li><li><p>HOUR , RESIDENCY and GPA REQUIREMENTS </p><p>Minimum SIUE Hours - 30 </p><p>Minimum 4-year College/University Hours - 60 </p><p>Minimum Total Hours - 124 </p><p>Completion of this major requires a minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA, a 2.50 in all accountancy courses, and a 2.25 GPA in all required business courses. </p><p>Business GPA is calculated using all business courses taken at SIUE required for the program. Accountancy GPA is calculated using all accountancy courses (except ACCT 210) taken at SIUE. </p><p> See course descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog available online at </p><p>http://www.siue.edu/registrar </p><p>Revised February 20, 2006; June 19, 2006; July 21, 2010. Revisions reflect course prerequisite changes and/or format improvements, not changes in program requirements. </p><p>ACCT 301* Intermediate Theory 1 ACCT 200** </p><p>ACCT 302 Intermediate Theory 2 ACCT 301*, Declared Accounting Major </p><p>ACCT 303 Intermediate Theory 3 ACCT 302, Good Standing in ProgramA </p><p>ACCT 311* Managerial and Cost Accounting 1 ACCT 200**, MS 251* </p><p>ACCT 312 Managerial and Cost Accounting 2 ACCT 311*, Declared Accounting Major </p><p>ACCT 315 Accounting Systems ACCT 200**, Declared Accounting Major </p><p>ACCT 321 Introduction to Taxation ACCT 301*, Declared Accounting Major </p><p>ACCT 340 Business Law for Accounting ACCT 200** </p><p>ACCT 401 Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT 302, Good Standing in ProgramA </p><p>ACCT 431 </p><p>Principles of Auditing ACCT 302, ACCT 315, Good Standing in ProgramA </p><p>Course Title Prerequisites Term Grade </p><p>* C or higher Required ** B or higher required A Good Standing in Program is defined as an admitted accounting major with an accounting GPA of 2.50 and cumulative GPA of 2.50. </p><p>ACCOUNTING CORE REQUIREMENTS </p></li></ul>

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