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School of Accountancy

Auburn Montgomery's School of Accountancy is the only AACSB – International separately accredited accounting program in Montgomery and the River Region and ranks the program in the top 1% of all business AACSB accredited programs in the world. The program provides both undergraduate and graduate courses that prepare the student for entry-level positions in accounting, for graduate studies, and for meeting the education requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examination in Alabama.

The education requirements to take the Uniform CPA Examination as an Alabama candidate are higher than the minimum requirements for the B.S.B.A.  The additional requirements can be satisfied through undergraduate or graduate accounting courses at AUM.  Over 1/3 of accounting enrollments are post baccalaureate students completing their accounting requirements to sit for the CPA exam.


Delta Epsilon Kappa

Each spring semester students in their second semester junior year (undergraduate), and graduate students in accounting who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishment in their academic studies, are invited to join Delta Epsilon Kappa (DEK), the academic honorary accounting organization on the Auburn Montgomery campus.

Accounting Club

Get to know your fellow accounting majors and faculty members by joining the Accounting Club. This club encourages academic achievement and provides an opportunity to learn from professionals about the many career choices offered to accounting graduates. For more information contact Haley Dyer in the School of Accountancy at (334) 244-3136 or accountingclub@aum.edu.

Degrees in the School of Accountancy 

The School of Accountancy has one undergraduate degree, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with a specialization in Accounting, and plans to offer a graduate degree, the Master of Accountancy, beginning Fall of 2015.

BSBA Accounting Specialization The accounting specialization prepares students to enter a variety of accounting careers. Students should finish the required AUM Core Curriculum and the College of Business lower Division Business Core before starting the Accounting Specialization. The accounting program consists of six required core courses, designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills generally expected of all entry-level accountants, and two required accounting electives. Students have the opportunity to select electives that lead to their choice of careers. 

Our program objectives are to provide students with the:

  • Educational background for entry into and advancement in the accounting profession
  • Skills necessary for success in the accounting profession, including the ability to:
    • research problems using the appropriate professional literature,
    • apply advanced accounting concepts in problem solving and decision making, and
    • define their ethical responsibilities as members of the accounting profession 

 

Accounting B.S.B.A. Degree Requirements

Required Accounting Courses

Semester Hours

ACCT 3110 Intermediate Accounting I

3

ACCT 3120 Intermediate Accounting II

3

ACCT 3210 Managerial Cost Accounting

3

ACCT 3310 Income Tax Accounting

3

ACCT 3200 Accounting Information Systems

4

ACCT 4410 Auditing I

3

Accounting Electives (2 three semester hour courses)

6

Total Hours

25

Elective Accounting Courses (Select 2)

Semester Hours

ACCT 4130 Advanced Financial Accounting

3

ACCT 4210 Advanced Information Systems

3

ACCT 4320 Advanced Income Tax Accounting

3

ACCT 4450 Auditing II

3

ACCT 4510 Government and Nonprofit Accounting & Financial Reporting

3

ACCT 4520 Government Auditing and Internal Control

3

ACCT 4530 Government Budgeting & Performance Reporting

3

ACCT 4610 Nonprofit Accounting & Financial Reporting

3


For more information, please click on the brochure below or contact the faculty and staff

The State Initiative Program

This program was developed by the Auburn Montgomery School of Accountancy and the state government members of its Accounting Advisory Board. The program development was driven by the installation of the State of Alabama’s new accounting systems and the need for state employees to receive formal education to increase their accounting knowledge and skills. This State Initiative Program continues AUM’s commitment to facilitate the educational needs of the State of Alabama’s employees. 

If you have any questions, or need help with step-by-step application instructions, contact Angie Corbett at acorbett@aum.edu or 334-244-3274.