Business Administration in Accountancy with Concentration in Information Security (BSB)
This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2009 - Spring 2010 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accountancy with Concentration in Information Security
Unit: College of Business (BU)
Department: School of Accountancy
The mission of the School of Accountancy is to meet the needs of our metropolitan and regional constituents by providing flexible and varied learning experiences to enable our students to succeed in their careers; by producing scholarly works to disseminate knowledge to the business and academic communities and to enrich the learning experiences of our students; and by using our expertise to serve the community, the university, and the accounting profession. The University of Louisville Accountancy Program is separately accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
See general education requirements in the General Information section of this Catalog.
University wide General Education
|English 101 and 102||6|
|Comm 111, 112, 115, PolS 111, or WGST 203||3|
|Math (See Programmatic Req.)||*(3)|
|+ Natural Sciences||7|
|+ Arts & Humanities||6|
|+ Social & Behaviorial Sciences||*(9)6|
+ See general education requirements in the General Information section of this Catalog.
* Note: Programmatic Requirements include six hours of the
Gen. Ed. (3 hours Math and 3 hours Social & Behaviorial Sciences)
Programmatic Requirements of the COB
|Camp 100 Campus Culture||1|
|Mathematics 107; 111 or 205 *(completes Math Gen Ed)||61|
|Logic, Phil 311 or 312||3|
|Ethics, Phil 222, 225, 321 or 323||3|
|English 306 Business Writing||3|
|BUS 201 Career Planning||1|
|Economics 201-202 *(Completes 3 hours of Soc. & Beh. Sci.)||6|
|Management 201 (Statistics)||3|
|CIS 100 Microcomputer Applications||3|
|FIN 301 Corporate Finance||3|
|MKT 301 Principles of Marketing||3|
|MGMT 301 Management and Org. Behavior||3|
|CLAW 301 Legal Environment of Business||3|
|CIS 300 Computer Information Systems||3|
|MGMT 401 Operations Management||3|
Accountancy Depth - Information Security Concentration
|ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|ACCT 310 Introduction to Accounting Information Systems||3|
|ACCT 315 Introduction to Taxation||3|
|ACCT 320 Managerial Cost Accounting||3|
|ACCT 411 Advanced Accounting Information Systems||3|
|ACCT 430 Auditing Theory and Practice||3|
|CIS 380 or MGMT 404||3|
|CIS 211 Operating Systems||3|
|CIS 360 Business Data Communications||3|
|CIS 480 Introduction to Network Security||3|
|CIS 481 Introduction to Information Security||3|
|CIS 482 Introduction to Cryptography||3|
|CIS 483 Introduction to Database Security|
|Arts & Sciences Electives||12|
Accountancy Electives: Choose any 6 hours
|ACCT 353 Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations||3|
|ACCT 401 Advanced Accounting Problems||3|
|ACCT 415 Advanced Taxation||3|
|ACCT 420 Advanced Managerial Cost Accounting||3|
|Co-op in Accounting**||1-3|
**Note: Co-op may be taken over more than one semester. No more than 3 credit hours may count towards the degree. Co-op hours may not be combined with other academic hours.
1 If Math 205 is taken, there will be 7 total hours of math.
2 Six hours of cultural diversity courses are required and may be incorporated within the degree program.