Department of Accounting

(Formerly known as Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics)

Mission Statement

The Department of Accounting provides students with the knowledge and skills required to compete in the modern business landscape.

The BBA Accounting Program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Program (ACBSP). Students attend courses, seminars, and gain hands-on experiences with current applicable accounting software that will acquaint them with the latest concepts in accounting. Students majoring in Accounting are required to complete 126 credit hours for graduation, of which 33 credits in major requirements, 56 credit hours are ancillary requirements, including the Business Core, 34 credits are in general education courses, and 3 credits in elective courses. Students who already have a bachelor’s degree in accounting and want to sit for the uniform certified public accountant (CPA) examination may structure their course work in order to sit for the examination and receive the M.B.A. degree.


Teach Out Programs

  • B.B.A. Finance – Effective fall 2014, the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Finance, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the Bachelor of Arts in Economics were discontinued for new and incoming transfer students. They remain degrees in our teach-out program. Finance is now a concentration in the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Management, see Management with the Finance concentration curriculum
  • B.A. Economics – The Bachelor of Arts program in Economics offers students career flexibility. Courses foster an understanding of economic systems while also improving analytical reasoning and cognitive skills. Degree requirements provide an abundance of elective choices that enable majors to become well prepared for whatever follows their undergraduate years. Students may select electives that prepare them for advanced study or employment in such fields as law, business, international relations, or journalism. Students who plan to pursue an M.A. degree or higher in economics are strongly advised to take contemporary quantitative tools of analysis, which include statistics and calculus. The student’s adviser can recommend the proper levels of these quantitative courses. Students majoring in Economics are required to complete 120 credit hours for graduation, of which 27 credits are major requirements, 12 credits are required ancillary courses, 37 credits general education courses, and 42 credits are free electives.

Faculty & Staff

Tarsaim Goyal



September Smith

Dept. Secretary


Alex Tan

Associate Professor


Darien Green

Assistant Professor


Young Park

Associate Professor


Errol Sallmon

Associate Professor

Debra Robinson-Foster



Eva Green

Assistant Professor