Chairperson: Mr. Frederic Ihrke
323E Somsen Hall- Winona State University
Winona, MN 55987-5838
The basic purpose of the accounting program is to prepare students for careers in business and government, with an emphasis on preparation for professional certification (e.g., CPA, CMA).
College of Business Admissions Policy
Admission to the college of Business (COB) for College of Business BS majors and minors is required before students may enroll in 300- and 400-level classes. #Students must meet the following specific requirements:
1. 30 or more earned credits at the time of application.
2. Cumulative GPA of 2.5.
3. Completion of the following courses with a minimum of a "C":
ENG 111 ECON 201 MATH 110 or Higher±
CMST 191 ACCT 211 ECON 222 or STAT 210±
#Non-College of Business majors and minors must have junior status and instructor’s permission to take COB 300- and 400-level courses.
±COB minors with Non-COB major: Completion of math and statistics courses required by their major of, if none are required, these students should take any college-level math and statistics courses.
Complete all coursework and satisfy all other WSU requirements for a B. S. in Accounting.
Complete a minimum of 15 credit hours of 300/400-level Accounting courses at WSU.
Achieve a grade of "C" or better in all courses counted toward the major.
Earn;at least ;2.50 overall GPA and a 2.50 GPA;in Accounting courses.
Complete a minimum of 50% of the College of Business credits required for the accounting major at WSU.
Sixty-four non-business credits are required for the accounting major.; The mathematics/statistics courses (six semester credits maximum) and economics courses (nine semester credits maximum) required for the accounting major may be counted toward the 64 non-business credits.
Pass/No Credit Courses
Courses offered on a Pass/No Credit Only or Grade Only basis are so designated.; All courses in the major and minor must be taken on a Grade Only basis except for Internships.; The P/NC option is available to non-majors unless otherwise noted.;
University Studies Flag Requirements (12 S.H.)
Students may use Flag courses to satisfy both University Studies and major requirements; flag courses will usually be in the student's major or minor program.; University Studies Flag requirements are as follows: Oral Flag- 3 S.H., Math/Critical Analysis Flag - 3 S.H., and Writing Flag - 6 S.H. The Department of Accounting offers the following flag course in the University Studies Program:
The department's major is available through the 2 + 2 Program at the WSU-Rochester Campus.
Last Modified: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 13:11 by Steve Miller