BBA/MBA with Accounting concentration

Niagara University offers an integrated 154-hour program in which students earn a BBA degree after four years and an MBA degree after the fifth year. The program prepares students for careers in public accounting, and is a New York state CPA 150 licensure-qualifying program for the CPA exam. In the first three years of the program students take a common core of accounting, business and liberal arts courses. Students begin taking up to two MBA courses in the fourth year of the program, and can complete the BBA/MBA program in one additional year comprising the summer, fall and spring semesters. Students are awarded the BBA degree after completing BBA requirements (usually four years), and the MBA degree after completing MBA requirements (one additional year).

General Education Requirements
Foundation Courses
Distribution Courses
MAT 107Business Calculus I (Analytical Skills Designation)4
ENG 231Business Communication (Writing Intensive Requirement)3
CIS 232Microcomputer Applications for Business (Analytical Skills Designation)3
MAT 201Business Statistics I (Analytical Skills Designation)3
Business Core Courses
Financial Accounting
Management Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics (Social Sciences Distribution)
Business Analytics
Management Principles
Principles of Marketing
Information Systems for Business
Bus Strategy & Policy
Major Courses
Business Law I
Business Law II
Intermediate Acc I
Intermediate Acc II
Cost Management Systems
Advanced Acc
Tax I
Govt & Non Prof Acc
Accounting Co-op/Internship
One additional ACC elective
MBA Courses
Advanced Business Tax Strategy
Advanced Accounting Theory
Advanced Auditing
CPA Research Strategy & Planning
Corporate Financial Policy
Productions and Operation Management
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Decision Modeling & Analytics
Strategic MIS
People in Organizations
Strategic Marketing
Business Research Strategy and Planning