Bachelor's Degree Program in Accounting

S0170 - 120 Credits

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting prepares students to sit for the Florida Certified Public Accountant exam and to excel in careers as accountants, auditors, management analysts, financial managers, and budget managers. The program features a combination of coursework in accounting and business administration that will provide a strong foundation for success in the workplace and in multiple graduate school programs.

Requirements for graduation from the Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting are:

  1. Students must successfully complete 120 credit hours of college-level courses in the degree program, including the lower-division Associate Degree and 60 hours of specified Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting coursework.

  2. Students must achieve a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.0 on a 4.0 scale in all courses attempted (including transfer hours, but excluding college preparatory courses) and in all courses attempted at Indian River State College.

Refer to General Education Requirements for additional requirements.

Transfer from Associate Degree: 24 credits

General Education Requirement: 36 credits

Major Concentration Courses: 60 credits