Welcome to our Accounting Advising page!
We have included some general information about advising for our major, but we are always happy to discuss anything in more detail. If you are an Accounting Major, the best way to get further information would be to email your advisor (contacts listed on the side). For non-Accounting students with general inquiries about the major, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Students who have not yet been admitted to Terry College are not advised in this department. Contact email@example.com to find out the process of being assigned to an advisor for “pre-business.”
New to the Major?
Accounting students are required to complete the following 24 hours of course work:
|1st Semester||2nd Semester||3rd Semester||4th Semester|
| ACCT 5000|
| ACCT 5010|
|9 Hours||6 Hours||6 Hours||3 Hours|
Please note that the Accounting department does not accept high school credit (such as AP) for any of the accounting coursework. We do not allow outside transfer credit for any of the major accounting courses. (5000+ level).
How to Earn Accounting Internship Credit
Students are expected to secure their own internships. There are a number of opportunities within the Terry College for students to network with potential employers.
Requirements for Internship Credit:
- Grade of C or better in ACCT 5000
- Complete a minimum of 8 weeks of work at 40 hours per week
- Submission of the digital internship form to your advisor (contact your advisor if you do already have this)
The J.M. Tull School of Accounting Student Recruiting Handbook provides resources for Accounting students who are ready to seek career opportunities. Refer to this handbook for information on interviewing, networking, and student organizations.
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