How do I become an accounting major?
- Complete the 8 pre-business courses. These are
- Accounting 2101,
- CIS 2200,
- Economics 1001,
- Economics 1002,
- English 2100,
- Law 1101,
- Math 2006 and
- Statistics 2000 (or their equivalents).
What are the requirements for enrolling in ACC 4100, ACC 4300 and ACC 5400?
For students enrolling in their first 3000-level accounting course in Fall 2006 or thereafter: in addition to satisfying the necessary pre- and co-requisites, students must have earned a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 in all 3000-level accounting courses taken at Baruch. A minimum of 8 credits of 3000-level accounting courses must be taken at Baruch.
For students enrolling in their first 3000-level accounting course from Spring 2004 through Summer 2006: in addition to satisfying the necessary pre- and co-requisites, students must have earned a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 (C grade) in each 3000- and 4000-level accounting course taken at Baruch or maintained a 2.5 overall GPA in these courses. This change goes into effect in Spring 2004 for those students enrolling in their first 3000 level course(s) at Baruch.
Students who have taken 3000 level courses prior to Spring 2004 must earn a minimum 2.0 GPA (C average) in all 3000-level accounting courses taken at Baruch (minimum 8 credits) in order to enroll in 4000-level accounting courses and a minimum 2.0 GPA in the required 3000- and 4000-level accounting courses in order to enroll in ACC 5400.
Can I take 3000 level and 4000 level courses together?
If 3000 or 4000 level accounting courses are closed out by the Registrar, what should I do?
Put yourself on a wait list or ask for permission. To apply for permission, go to http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/programs/undergrad/services/permission
If I earn an F grade and retake the course, what grade must I earn to erase the F?
C grade or better. Otherwise the average of the two grades is reported.
If I earn a D grade in an accounting course, can I ask the Professor to change the grade to an F so I may retake the course?
Absolutely not. Such changes will not be approved by the Zicklin School of Business.