Business Administration with Concentration in Accounting (ACC.ABA) - Full Time

Program Outcomes 

Program outcomes represent broad areas of knowledge and skills developed over the duration of the program through a wide range of courses and experiences. These learning outcomes represent what a student should be able to know, think, or do upon successful completion of their program at Oakland Community College.

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to utilize current technology to resolve contemporary accounting issues.
  • Students will demonstrate basic financial accounting principles.
  • Students will demonstrate the principles of managerial accounting.
  • Student uses information to formulate an opinion or conclusion

Year 1 - Fall

Courses
CIS 1050 Personal Computer Productivity Tools  4
MAT 1580 Statistics 4
ACC 1800 Accounting Procedures 2
BUS  Introduction to Business  4
  TOTAL CREDITS  14

Year 1 - Winter 

Courses
ACC 1810 Principles of Financial Accounting 4
ENG 1510 Composition  3
Gen Ed MTA Social Sciences (not ECO) 3
ECO 2610 Principles of Macroeconomics   3
  TOTAL CREDITS  13

Year 1 - Summer 

Courses
ACC 1820 Principles of Managerial Accounting  4
Gen Ed MTA  Fine Arts/Humanities 3-4
  TOTAL CREDITS  7-8

Note:

Recommended Electives: 

ACC 2210 Computerized Accounting  3
BUS 2040 Business Law II 3
BUS 2530 Management 3
BUS 2640 Marketing & Fundamentals  3

Year 2 - Fall

Courses
ACC 2070 Cost Accounting  4
BUS 2030 Business Law I 3
Gen Ed MTA  Lab Sciences (Natural Sciences) 4
ENG 1520 Composition II 3
  TOTAL CREDITS  14

MILESTONE:

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Year 2 - Winter  

Courses
ECO 2620 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Gen Ed MTA  Fine Arts/Humanities  3-4
Gen Ed MTA Science (non-lab requirement) 3-4
ACC/BUS  Recommended elective  3
  TOTAL CREDITS  12-14

Total Credits: 60 - 64

 

To receive the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) endorsement, students must fulfill the requirements noted for each MTA category and successfully complete at least 30 credits. All coursework used to fulfill MTA requirements must be completed with a grade of 2.0 or higher in EACH course.