Nov 17, 2019  
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business, B.B.A. with Accounting, Economics, and Finance Concentrations


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Accounting Concentration


The concentration in accounting is recommended for the student who is interested in a career as an auditor, tax accountant, cost or management accountant, or government/not for profit accountant. The accounting concentration is also of value to those who are interested in entering other fields of business, such as banking, office management, finance, and budgets and planning. No minor is required for the student completing this concentration.

Admission Requirements

Accounting Concentration Requirements (120 Hours)

Students must earn 150 hours of college credit before taking the CPA Exam in Tennessee. Students are encouraged to take 30 hours in Master of Science with a concentration in management to satisfy the 150-hour requirement.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core )
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirements
41
1

Economics Concentration


The concentration in economics is recommended to the student interested in a career in many areas of business or government. It provides excellent undergraduate preparation for graduate study in law, business, and other areas. No minor is required, but students are encouraged to complete another concentration in business or complete a related minor outside of business.

Admission Requirements

Economics Concentration Requirements (120 Hours)

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core )
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement
41
1

Specific College of Business Core Requirements: 39 Credit Hours


See above.

Upper Division Major Requirements: 6 Credit Hours


Major Electives: 12 Credit Hours


In consultation with advisor any four (4) upper division elective courses in economics 12

Electives: 21 Credit Hours


Finance Concentration


The concentration in finance is recommended to students interested in a career in banking or other financial institutions, brokerage, investment banking, financial or security analysis, or industry. It provides excellent undergraduate preparation for graduate study in business, economics, or finance. No minor is required.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core )
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement
41
1

Special criteria for Finance Concentration students:


A student with a concentration in Finance wanting to add a real estate minor will be required to take at least two courses outside of the Finance Concentration requirements.

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