Mar 31, 2020  
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog

Accounting Advising Guide


 

First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring
ACC 103  & Lab ACC 104  & Lab ACC 231   ACC 232   ACC 332  /ACC 315   ACC 331  /ACC 415   ACC 332  /ACC 315   ACC 331  /ACC 415  
ECO 203   ECO 204   BUS 226   BUS 215   BUS 339  /ACC 335   ACC 411 / ACC 427   BUS 339  /ACC 335   ACC 411  /ACC 427  
MTH 235   BUS 242   BUS 250  ** BUS 350 ** BUS 250  ** BUS 350  **
BUS 205   BUS 251     BUS 365  ***   BUS 365  ***
    ACC 421  * ACC 421  * ACC 421  *

* A minimum of one credit

** Take either third or fourth year in the year that Bus 350 is offered (spring odd)

*** Take either third or fourth year

 

Alternative Year Course Offerings:

  1. Fall Odd - ACC 332, BUS 339
  2. Fall Even -  ACC 335
  3. Spring Odd - ACC 415, ACC 427, BUS 350
  4. Spring Even - ACC 411

 

Special Notes:

To earn a Bachelor's degree from Doane University, students must complete 123 credit hours.  Students who graduate with a Bachelor's degree and who have completed the Accounting major coursework above qualify to sit for the CMA Exam upon graduation.  See the requirements below for the CPA Exam.

 

Requirements to write the CPA Examination in the State of Nebraska:

Any student interested in taking the CPA examination in Nebraska must meet the state-mandated "150-hour rule."  Students should work closely with their academic advisor to be sure that they are aware of all available options, which may include graduate work.

  1. Complete all requirements for the Accounting major as outlined above (all topic areas require to sit for the Exam are covered in Doane coursework).
  2. Complete a total of 150 hours of credit (not including CPA review course).

Complete 36 credits in general business subjects.  The general business courses required to sit for the CPA Exam include:  macroeconomics, microeconomics, business law, marketing, management, finance, business communication, business ethics, quantitative applications in business and principle of accounting.