• Accounting Information Management

    Students who successfully complete this program will receive both a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Kuyper College and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting with a focus on Information Management from Davenport University. Students will complete Kuyper’s core of Bible and theology and general education courses while focusing their accounting studies on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), International Accounting Standards (IAS), and interlacing their accounting coursework with an understanding and use of accounting information systems technology.

    Located approximately 15 miles from Kuyper’s campus, Davenport University is a leading business, health, and technology institution. Through our collaborative partnership, students may earn degrees in some of the innovative majors at Davenport while earning a degree at Kuyper as well. Students who intend to enroll in these programs will work closely with Kuyper College's registrar, who is the students’ advisor, to navigate the program requirements.

    Through the collaborative arrangement, students will earn degrees at both Kuyper College and Davenport. Students who elect a major in collaboration with Davenport University should declare their major with Kuyper College’s academic office. Their student files will be sent to Davenport to complete the admissions process. Students will then be degree-seeking at both institutions and will also have advisors at both Kuyper and DU to assist them. Kuyper serves as the “host” institution, which means billing and financial aid are handled by Kuyper. Students will pay Kuyper tuition for classes at both institutions. Once the Kuyper degree is completed, students will transfer to Davenport and receive their financial aid through DU. Once both programs are complete, Kuyper and Davenport will award their degrees simultaneously. Only students in good standing at Kuyper College will be allowed to begin a collaborative program of study.
    BU 299 Accounting I
    BU 300 Accounting II
    *BITS 211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheet
    BU 150 Leadership & Organizational Behavior
    BU 220 Business Economics
    BU 360 Finance
    BU 410 Business Law
    BU 311 Entrepreneurship
    BU 250 Marketing
    *ACCT 213 Cost Accounting
    *ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I
    *ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II
    *ACCT 315 Federal Taxation I
    *ACCT 318 Payroll and State Tax
    *ACCT 320 Auditing and Assurance Services
    *ACCT 350 Accounting Information Systems
    *ACCT 420 Governmental/Not-for-Profit Acctg
    *ACCT 495 Accounting Issues and Research
    *BUSN 488T BBA Major Field Test

    Choose 12 credit hours of accounting electives from list below OR choose a specialty:
    Accounting Electives
    *ACCT 310 Accounting Fraud Examination
    *ACCT 314 Cost Management
    *ACCT 316 Federal Taxation II
    *ACCT 401 Internal Auditing I
    *ACCT 402 Internal Auditing II
    *ACCT 415 Advanced AccountingTopics
    *ACCT 421 EDP Computer Auditing
    *ACCT 440 Adv. Strategic Management Accounting
    *ACCT 490 Accounting Internship
    *FINC 212 Advanced Corporate Finance

    Internal Auditing Specialty (AIIA)
    *ACCT 314 Cost Management
    *ACCT 401 Internal Auditing I
    *ACCT 402 Internal Auditing II
    *ACCT 421 EDP Computer Auditing

    Management Account Specialty (AIMA)
    Choose 12 credits from the following:
    *ACCT 314 Cost Management
    *ACCT 415 Advanced Accounting Topics
    *ACCT 421 EDP Computer Auditing
    *ACCT 440 Adv. Strategic Management Acctg
    *FINC 212 Advanced Corporate Finance

    * denotes course taken at Davenport University
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