Winona State University-Rochester offers the Accounting major, which is an in-depth major requiring no minor. The basic purpose of this program is to prepare students for careers in business and government, with emphasis on preparation for professional certification.
Through the Path to Purple Program, students can complete this Bachelor of Science degree in its entirety in Rochester by completing lower-division credits at Rochester Community and Technical College and the major's upper-division credits at WSU-R.
To graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, a minimum of 120 semester credits are required. Eighty (80) credits can be transferred from a two-year institution, however, a baccalaureate degree must include 40 credits of upper division coursework. At least 30 semester credits must be taken from Winona State University during the junior and senior years combined, and students must be enrolled the semester of graduation.
More information about the Accounting Program on the Rochester Campus:
The above information is subject to change and we recommend you meet with an advisor to go over specific details in regard to your program and schedule.