Majors, Minors and Concentrations Details
B.S. degree program in internal accounting
HEGIS code 0502
NYS SED program code 92277
|Langer, Benjamin||Lecturer||718-951-5000 x 6457||217 Whitehead Hall||
|Sauber, Stanley||UG Assistant Deputy of Accounting||718-951-5000 xt.2099||209 Whitehead Hall||
The B.S. in Internal Accounting is mainly targeted to students who are not interested in becoming CPAs. However, students graduating from the Internal Accounting program may be able to TAKE the CPA exam but will NOT be able to receive licensure in New York State unless they subsequently complete the other 30 required credits. As you know, the state requires 150 credits for certification/licensure. If you are considering becoming a CPA, you should be majoring in (A) BS in Accounting and then complete 30 credit graduate MS in Accounting program or (B) 150-credit undergraduate program BS in Accounting and BMF.
Department requirements (61-62 credits)
All of the following: Economics 2100 or Business 2100; Economics 2200 or Business 2200; Economics 3400 or Business 3400 or Mathematics 2501 or Mathematics 3501; [Business 3310] or Finance 3310; Business 3320 or Economics 3320; Business 3100; Business 3200; [Business 3330] or Finance 3330; Business 3430 or Computer and Information Science 2531.
For many courses in this program, students are expected to have proficiency in spreadsheet analysis for business (e.g., MS Excel); for students without this skill set, Computer and Information Science 1050 is highly recommended.
All of the following with a grade of C or better: Accounting 2001, 3001, 3011, 3021, 3041, 3051, 3101, 3201, 4501W.
Both of the following: Philosophy 3314 and Speech 2623.
Students majoring in accounting must achieve a grade of C or better in all courses starting with an Accounting prefix. No accounting course may be taken more than three times by an accounting major. Students taking a specific accounting course three times without achieving a grade of C or better (this includes INC, W, WN, WU, WF, and ABS grades), may not take that course again and will not be permitted to major in accounting at Brooklyn College.
Writing-Intensive Requirement: Students are required to take at least one writing-intensive course (W course).
Residence requirement: Students must complete a minimum of 30 credits at Brooklyn College, all with a grade of C or higher. The work of the senior year must be completed at Brooklyn College.