Agricultural & Consumer Economics: Agri-Accounting, BS

for the degree of Bachelor of Science Major in Agricultural & Consumer Economics, Agri-Accounting concentration


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overview of college admissions & requirements: Agricultural, Consumer & Environmental Sciences

college website: https://aces.illinois.edu/


Students in Agri-Accounting complete a comprehensive program that enables them to apply accounting principles in production, processing, or retailing sectors in agribusiness industries. Graduates find professional opportunities as consultants and managerial accountants.


for the degree of Bachelor of Science Major in Agricultural & Consumer Economics, Agri-Accounting concentration


Prescribed Core Courses including Campus General Education

Composition I and Speech 1
RHET 105
CMN 101
Writing and Research
and Public Speaking (or equivalent (see College Composition I requirement)
7
Advanced Composition 2
Select from campus-approved list3-4
Foreign Language
Coursework at or above the third level is required for graduation.
Quantitative Reasoning I
Select one of:7-8
Finite Mathematics
Elementary Linear Algebra
Calculus II
Select one of:
Calculus
Calculus I
Calculus for Business I
Quantitative Reasoning II 3
Select one of:4-6
Applied Statistical Methods
Economic Statistics I
and Economic Statistics II
Humanities and the Arts
Selected from campus approved list.6
Natural Sciences and Technology
Selected from campus approved list.6
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Selected from campus approved list. 6
Cultural Studies
Select one course from Western culture, one from non-Western culture, and one from U.S. minority culture from campus approved lists.9
ACES Prescribed
ACES 101Contemporary Issues in ACES (for freshmen only)2
Department Requirements
Minimum Hours in the College of ACES of which 20, excluding ACE 161 and ACE 261, must be in the Department of ACE35
Minimum of two 400-level courses in ACE 6
ACE 100Agr Cons and Resource Econ 14
ACCY 201Accounting and Accountancy I3
ECON 103Macroeconomic Principles3
ECON 302Inter Microeconomic Theory 23
ACE 161Microcomputer Applications3
or CS 105 Intro Computing: Non-Tech
ACE 341Issues&Careers in Applied Econ1 or 2
At least 3 hours of credit for study abroad or one international course selected from:3-4
Global Agribusiness Management
Intl Business Immersion
Agriculture in Intl Dev
The Latin American Economies
Econ Dev of Tropical Africa
Intl Trade in Food and Agr
Required Concentration15-27
Concentration prescribed courses. See specific requirements for the concentration listed below.
Total Hours126
Required for the Agri-Accounting Concentration in Addition to Department Requirements
ACCY 202Accounting and Accountancy II3
ACCY 301Atg Measurement & Disclosure3
ACCY 302Decision Making for Atg3
ACCY 303Accounting Institutions and Regulation3
ACCY 304Accounting Control Systems3
ACE 231Food and Agribusiness Mgt 13
ACE 360Spreadsheet Models & Applic2
ACE 444Finan Serv & Invest Plan3
ACE 447Case Stud Agr Accy & Fin Plan3
FIN 221Corporate Finance3
Total Hours29