Advising for Summer/Fall 2015 has started! Please use SARA to make your appointment. Schedule your appointment today by using the link on the right side of the page. If you are a Spring 2015 graduate, please do not make an appointment on SARA. Kindly email me directly with specific information regarding the advising assistance needed.
Walk-in Hours: Walk-in hours will be available weekly. Walk-in hours are helpful if you have questions about internships, planning ahead, or class concerns. No advising appointments will be held during walk-in hours.
Walk-in hours: Tuesday- 4:00-5:00 p.m.
You will need to contact your Advisor directly to reschedule a time.
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.
Please contact your Advisor for more information regarding these opportunities.
Requirements for Internship Credit:
1. Grade of C or better in ACCT5000
2. Complete a minimum of 8 weeks of work at 40 hours per week
3. Submission of the internship form to your Advisor
Registering for ACCT5800 can count as an upper division general elective or as a free elective.
Once you have an internship, complete the Internship_Form and you will be granted access to ACCT 5800. You will need to submit the form to your Advisor in order to gain permission to enroll in ACCT5800.
Students enrolled in ACCT5800 will receive a grade of S/U. The course grade will be based upon the two completed assignments required for the course.
Internships provide you an opportunity to gain invaluable experience, earn an income, and fulfill 3 hours of credit.
To help you prepare for the Accounting Career Fair and recruiting, we publish an annual Recruiting Handbook for UGA Accounting students. It contains a wealth of helpful information, including interview advice, dress code details, and contact information for hundreds of companies and firms. To access the 2014-2015 Recruiting Handbook,click here.
If you have questions about the recruitment process, securing internships, or any other concerns, please contact your Advisor.
ACCT 5710 (1.5)
ACCT 5720 (1.5)
ACCT 5000 Intermediate Accounting I (3 hours)
Accounting concepts, critical thinking skills, and techniques involved in the accounting process and the preparation of financial statements. Emphasis is on accounting for most assets. Financial statements from the perspective of both preparers and users, accounting standard-setting process, and economic consequences of accounting standards on a firm's stakeholders. Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 and 2102
ACCT 5400 Taxation I (3 hours)
A basic federal income tax course covering concepts of taxation applicable to all taxable entities but primarily relating to individuals. Introduces research approaches to tax problems as well as methods of analysis most appropriate to taxation issues. Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 and 2102
ACCT 5710 Professional Accounting I (1.5 hours)
Overview of alternative career paths in accounting through interaction with professionals from public accounting, government, and corporations. Prerequisites: ACCT 2102
ACCT 5010 Intermediate Accounting II (3 hours)
A continuation of Intermediate Accounting I. New topics include accounting for intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, earnings per share, and investments. Prerequisites: ACCT 5000
ACCT 5100 Managerial Accounting I (3 hours)
The design of accounting systems to serve the internal needs of management with an emphasis on underlying theory. Product costing, including activity-based costing; budgeting and other planning applications, information for decision making, planning and control application for decentralized organizations. Prerequisites: ACCT 5000
ACCT 5720 Professional Accounting II (1.5 hours)
Study of professional business communication for accounting majors with an emphasis on improving written business correspondence. Prerequisites: ACCT 5710
ACCT 5200 Auditing, Risk Assessment, and Control (3 hours)
ACCT 5310 Systems I (3 hours)
Accounting information systems (AIS), including the role of such systems in an organization, electronic data processing, AIS applications, AIS analysis and design, AIS controls, and the audit of AIS. Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 and 2102
ACCT 5020 Intermediate Accounting III (3 hours)
A continuation of Intermediate Accounting II. New topics include revenue recognition, accounting changes and errors, income taxes, pensions, and leases. Prerequisites: ACCT 5010
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1/22 -- KPMG
2/5 -- Deloitte
2/19 -- Moore Colson and Mauldin & Jenkins
3/19 -- Dixon Hughes Goodman
3/26 -- Elliot Davis
4/2 -- Crowe Horwath
The minimum requirements for Undergraduate Students are:
3.25 or higher accounting GPA after 5 accounting courses (this includes ACCT 2101 and 2102) and an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher OR 3.5 or higher accounting GPA after 4 accounting classes (this includes principles) and an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher.
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To calculate your Accounting GPA, you need to add the total quality points
(the credit hrs x the value of the grade) and divide by total hours.
Don't forget that Acct 5710 & 5720 are 1.5 hr credits!
3 hr A, 1.5 hr B, 3 hr B+ =
(3hrs x 4 pts) + (1.5hrs x 3 pts) + (3hrs x 3.3 pts) =
12 + 4.5 + 9.9 = 26.4
26.4 total quality points ÷ 7.5 total hrs = 3.52
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