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The undergraduate accounting major requires completion of 63 course credits in accounting and related business disciplines:

 

Department Course Credits
Accounting & Information Systems 39 credits including 10 credits related to Law and Taxation
Economics 15 credits including Business courses
Computer Science 3 credits
Electives 6 credits

 

By navigating to our Accounting Major Curriculum page​you will find a listing of each of the required and elective course options along with course descriptions.  The listing is organized by class standing, which should help you to create a semester by semester plan of the major courses you need to complete.​​

  • Complete the accounting concentration form online. This becomes your roadmap toward successfully meeting the accounting major requirements during your tenure at the College. On the concentration form, you must indicate the class standing, semester, and year in which you have completed the course ("Actual") or plan to enroll in the course ("Planned") including your choice of electives. Carefully consider whether each course has a prerequisite or corequisite requirement and plan accordingly.

  • With respect to the "suggested class standing" for each course, primary class standing is required but the lower or upper designation is suggested (for example if the "suggested class standing" for the course is Upper Junior you must be at least a Junior when you plan to take the course, but the Department recommends Upper Junior standing).

  • Next to last step! When you submit your completed concentration form you will receive an email notice of your assigned faculty advisor with the date and time of your appointment. Be prepared with any questions/concerns you might have about the program, and preparing for a successful career. During the meeting you will also review your concentration form and if complete your advisor will approve it.

  • Last step! Take your signed major declaration form to the One Stop Service Center (Dining Hall, Room 128) and you're done. Congratulations!

  • The Academic Advising Center (Kiely Hall Room 217) will offer a series of workshops prior to the start of the semester. When you participate in one of the scheduled workshops, an academic advisor will evaluate your existing college credits and determine the corresponding courses/credits that will apply toward your Bachelor's degree here at Queens College. Depending on the courses you have taken, certain accepted courses/credits will apply toward the major in Accounting.

  • Go to "Next Steps" to view additional information about declaring a major in Accounting.

  • The Academic Advising Center (Kiely Hall Room 217) will offer a series of workshops prior to the start of the semester. When you participate in one of the scheduled workshops, an academic advisor will evaluate your existing college credits and determine the corresponding courses/credits that will apply toward your Bachelor's degree here at Queens College. However, Professor Stevens of the Department of Accounting & Information systems must evaluate whether any courses/credits you have taken will apply toward the major in Accounting. Contact Professor Stevens to arrange an appointment: Michael.Stevens@qc.cuny.edu.

  • Go to "Next Steps" to view additional information about declaring a major in Accounting.

  • Complete the accounting concentration form online. This becomes your roadmap toward successfully meeting the accounting major requirements during your tenure at the College. On the concentration form, you must indicate the class standing, semester, and year in which you have completed the course ("Actual") or plan to enroll in the course ("Planned") including your choice of electives. Carefully consider whether each course has a prerequisite or corequisite requirement and plan accordingly.

  • With respect to the "suggested class standing" for each course, primary class standing is required but the lower or upper designation is suggested (for example if the "suggested class standing" for the course is Upper Junior you must be at least a Junior when you plan to take the course, but the Department recommends Upper Junior standing).

  • Next to last step! When you submit your completed concentration form you will receive an email notice of your assigned faculty advisor with the date and time of your appointment. Be prepared with any questions/concerns you might have about the program, and preparing for a successful career. During the meeting you will also review your concentration form and if complete your advisor will approve it.

  • Last step! Take your signed major declaration form to the One Stop Service Center (Dining Hall, Room 128) and you're done. Congratulations!


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OFFICE INFORMATION
     Chair: Dr. Israel Blumenfrucht
     Dept. Office: Powdermaker 215
     Office Hours: Mon - Fri 9am-5pm
     Phone: 718-997-5070
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