Course Descriptions | Curriculum Map | Factsheet
Graduates of this program are equipped with the tools and techniques that will enable them to assume entry-level positions in public accounting in business, industry, government, and other institutions. Accounting students complete a sequence of accounting courses which prepares them to set up an accounting system, make ready all standard financial statements, and analyze accounting data and statements for use in managerial decision making. The accounting program is designed to help students meet academic requirements for taking the CPA and other professional accounting exams. Beginning in the year 2000, Kentucky Accountancy law requires 150 college credit hours for those taking the Uniform Certified Public Accountant examination. Students can take additional undergraduate hours to fulfill the 150-hour requirement; however, it is recommended that students wanting to fulfill the 150-hour requirement at Morehead State University should consider completing the requirements for the MBA degree, or a Master of Accountancy program. MSU graduates, through an agreement with Northern Kentucky University, are given preference in admission to the NKU MA program.
Undergraduate Program Objectives
Students completing the program should be able to:
Be prepared for an entry-level position in accounting or for graduate study in accounting or other business fields.
Meet undergraduate and business academic requirements for taking the CPA and other professional accounting exams. Complete a sequence of accounting courses which prepares them to: (a) set up an accounting system, (b) make ready all standard financial statements, and (c) analyze accounting data and statements for use in managerial decision making.
Cooperative Education - work experience
Accounting Club - Guest Speakers, field trips to the AICPA in Washington DC, New York Stock Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, Toyota Plant, Internal Revenue Service Center.
KSCPA Sponsored Student Nights
Award Winners on recent CPA exams