- The Online Bulletin is for information purposes only. Current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the York Bulletin as applicable.
- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
The Accounting faculty aims to provide students with theoretical and practical tools in the areas of accounting, business and economics to prepare them for the Uniform Certified Public Accountancy Examination, careers in public, private or government accounting, or to allow them to continue with graduate studies or law school. Accounting courses study the concepts and methods needed to create financial records and statements for external and internal use of various entities: business firms, government bodies, non-profit organizations, etc. The B.S. degree in Accounting at York College includes all the educational requirements to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountancy Examination in New York State. Students who wish to sit for the examination in another state should consult the appropriate state board of accountancy.
Major Discipline Requirements
|Common Body of Knowledge||32|
|ACC101||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|ACC102||Principles of Accounting II||4|
|BUS283||Business Law I||3|
|BUS201||Computer Applications in Business||3|
|BUS301||Management Theory and Practice||3|
|BUS321||Principles of Finance||3|
|MKT341||Introduction to Marketing||3|
|BUS430||Ethics, Government & Accountability||3|
|ACC201||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|ACC202||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|ACC203||Intermediate Accounting III||3|
|ACC301||Advanced Financial Accounting||4|
|ACC345||Cost Accounting I||3|
|Plus 6 credits Accounting Electives||6|
- Physical Education 150 is temporarily waived from the General Education Requirements for Accounting Majors.
- The requirement that half of the credits in the major program must be taken at York is superseded by the requirement that 15 credits in the Accounting discipline must be taken at York.
- All Accounting majors must take Economics 102, 103, 220, and Mathematics 115 in partial fulfillment of General Education Requirements and Liberal Arts Requirements. Transfer students majoring in Accounting must present or complete these courses, even though they have an Associate degree where all General Education requirements have been waived.
- Students who present a course in Income Taxation may substitute Accounting 351 (Advanced Income Taxation) for Income Taxation (Accounting 350).
- All Accounting majors must complete a minimum of 60 Liberal Arts credits inclusive of the Core Requirements.