Curriculum

BS Business Administration, Accounting Major

Every course in the accounting major curriculum was designed to meet the demands of an expanding international business community.

The USF Accounting Program will make you fluent in understanding what is happening on the inside of a business, preparing you for a career in public accounting, private industry, or government.

  • Accounting majors take a full year of accounting: Principles of Accounting I and II, during your Sophomore year.
  • As Juniors, you will enroll in Intermediate Accounting I and II, giving you a comprehensive understanding of accounting theory, practice and financial reporting.
  • Senior year gives you an opportunity to specialize in an area of interest by pairing Contemporary Accounting Topics with electives of your choosing.
  • We assist students in preparing for the CPA (Certified Public Accounting Exam) through computer-based self-study programs 

Review courses and requirements in the general catalog

Curriculum Overview

The McLaren School of Management continually updates its curriculum to satisfy the latest AACSB requirements and to assure that its students receive the full experience of studying at an excellent liberal arts and sciences university. Recognizing our students as individuals with unique interests and talents, the faculty have designed the business curriculum to support the focus and breadth each individual student requires. Course requirements are divided into the following areas:

  1. University Core Curriculum
  2. General Electives
  3. Business Core Curriculum and Foundation Coursework
  4. Major Courses (listed below)

Contact Info

Undergraduate Studies and Programming

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University of San Francisco
Main Campus
Malloy Hall, Suite 113
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 422-2369