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Saint Martin's University
5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, WA 98503
Nicole.Phillips@stmartin.edu
360-438-4512


Accounting curriculum

The accounting curriculum underwent changes in Spring 2013. Students admitted before Fall 2013 can choose to be under the "new" catalog or continue under the "old" catalog requirements.

Certain courses are only offered once a year. This is noted next to the course title.

Foundation courses
(15 semester hours)

MTH161 Mathematical methods for business and social sciences or MTH171
MTH201 Introduction to statistics
ECN101 Principles of economics
ECN325 History of economic thought
BA 305 Business communication

Common professional component
(33 semester hours)

ACC201 Financial Accounting I
ACC202 Financial Accounting II
BA225 Business law 1
BA300 Principles of finance
BA311 Money, banking and financial institutions
BA320 Operations management
BA330 Principles of marketing
BA335 Organizational management
BA350 Business and society
BA499 Business policy
ECN420 International business and economics

Old catalog major course requirements
(21 semester hours)

ACC301 Intermediate accounting (fall only)
ACC302 Intermediate accounting (spring only)
ACC401 Advanced Accounting (fall only)
ACC499 Contemporary Issues (spring only)
Electives 9 semester hours in upper-division accounting electives. No more than three semester hours from ACC 390-490, 395 and 397 may be applied toward the 9 semester hours for these courses only pertain to the business administration major and do not reflect the total number of semester hours necessary for graduation which is 128.

New catalog major course requirements
(24 semester hours)

ACC301 Intermediate accounting (fall only)
ACC302 Intermediate accounting (spring only)
ACC353 Managerial cost accounting (fall only)
ACC450 Audit (fall only)
Electives 12 semester hours in upper-division accounting electives. No more than three semester hours from ACC 390-490, 395 and 397 may be applied toward the 12 semester hours for these courses only pertain to the business administration major and do not reflect the total number of semester hours necessary for graduation which is 128.