Bachelor of Science in Accounting
The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting (BSAc) is a four year program that provides an excellent foundation in accounting and business. Its conceptual focus is designed to prepare students for success in a constantly evolving business environment and to also prepare students for graduate studies.
- Academic Learning Compact
- Admission Requirements and Application
- Application Deadline
- Undergraduate Accounting Course Availability
- BSAc Curriculum and Course Sequencing
- Policies for Current Students
- Is Accounting Right for You?
Students enrolled in the BSAc Program are eligible to submit an application for early admission to graduate school via our combined 3/2 Program.
Some students enter the Fisher School of Accounting with the intention of limiting their accounting studies at the University of Florida to undergraduate coursework. These students often view the BSAc degree as providing valuable preparation for post-graduate studies in areas other than accounting (e.g., law) or may intend to complete graduate accounting studies at another institution.
Students are cautioned that completion of the BSAc degree alone will not satisfy the eligibility requirements to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Exam or to practice as a CPA in the State of Florida. Students aspiring to a career in professional accounting should plan on seeking admission to the 3/2 Program. For information regarding eligibility to sit for the CPA exam for all 50 states, visit the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.