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					                               FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY - ACCOUNTING
                                BS Degree Completion Transfer Guide
                                                     128 Semester Credit Hours
                                                   Effective Fall 2004 - Summer 2005


                                      ADIRONDACK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                       PART A - ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE OR EQUIVALENT

   To enter the Adirondack Community College/Franklin University program, you must meet one of the following admissions criteria:


    Associate's Degree in:    or          Other AA, AS, or AAS degree             or           Completion of 60 semester/90
                                                                                          quarter credit hours and a 2.5 GPA
Accounting




                                                     PART B - BRIDGE COURSES

             The following courses are required to be taken at Adirondack Community College if not previously completed.
                                                   These courses may have prerequisites.
General Education Bridge

Franklin Competency Requirement                  Community College Equivalent


      College Writing………………………………………………………………………….……………… or Eng 101 Writing I
                                    Eng 100A & 100B Writing I-A & I-B
      Speech………………………………………………………………………………..………
                                     Sph 111 Speech
      Business Communication…………………………………………………….………………..
                                     Bus 211 Business Comm or Eng 104 Writing for Business & Professions         or 110 Elements of Tech Writing
      Statistics…………………………………………………………………………...…………………….
                                          Mat 127 Introductory Stats with Probability
      Science Course……………………………………………………………………………..……….. academic discipline at your community college
                                          select from courses in the Science
      Social/Behavioral Science Course………………………………………………….……..
                                          select from courses in anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, economics, or political science
      Humanities Course………………………………………………………………………...…………… academic disciplines at your community college
                                   select from courses in the Humanities or History
      Economics………………………………………………………………………………….………..
                                         Eco 201 or 202 Principles of Economics I or II
      Introduction to Databases………………………………………………………….……….
                                         Cis 125 PC Applications
      Introduction to Spreadsheets…………………………………………………………..…..
                                         Cis 125 PC Applications
      General Ed Elective (4 sem/6 qtr hrs)…………………………………..………………... any general education discipline at your community college
                                             select from non-developmental courses in
      Algebra Competency………………………………………………………………………………….……….. options to meet this requirement
                                   refer to the Franklin University Bulletin for


Business Core Bridge

      Financial Accounting……………………………………...…………..
                                     Bus 146 or 146A & B Financial Accounting
      Managerial Accounting…………………………………………...…….
                                     Bus 147 Management Accounting
      Management……………………………………………………..………
                                Bus 102 Principles of Management
      Marketing………………………………………………………….………
                                 Bus 103 Principles of Marketing
      Business Law……………………………………………………...…………... Law I
                                 Bus 201 Business
      Finance………………………………………………………………...……... of Financial Management
                                Bus 171 Principles


Major Area Bridge

       Intermediate Accounting I……………………….. 251 Intermediate Accounting I
                                        BUS
       Intermediate Accounting II……………………….. 252 Intermediate Accounting II
                                        BUS
       Cost Management………………………………..…………. Cost Accounting
                                        BUS 253
                                              PART B - BRIDGE COURSES (cont.)

Elective Bridge Courses (taken at Adirondack Community College)

Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward another Bridge requirement will be
applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. If you need additional
courses to meet the 128 semester hour minimum required for a Bachelor's degree, please select business or computer-related
courses from those offered at your community college. Other courses may be acceptable in this area. Please see your
community college advisor or Franklin University SSA for approval prior to taking the course.


                                                 FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY

                                       PART C - COMPLETION (40 semester hours)

The following Capstone courses are available online and must be taken through Franklin's Community College Alliance program. All
students must take Franklin's orientation course, PF 321 Learning Strategies, prior to other online courses at Franklin. It is
recommended to take PF 321 before beginning bridge courses at your community college. Degree-seeking students must meet all the
requirements for the degree(s) and major program(s) in effect at the time they declare in writing a specific degree and major and earn
credit toward a degree by taking PF 321.


Professional Foundations (12 semester hours)

      PF 321 Learning Strategies (2)
      PF 302 Applied Research Methods (4) or
             PF 304 Strategies for Motivation (4)
      PF 305 Global Cultures (4)
      PF 310 Effective Presentational Communications (2)


Major Area (24 semester hours)

       ACCT 420 Federal Taxation II (4)
       ACCT 390 Federal Taxation I (4)
       ACCT 425 Accounting Info Systems (4)
       ACCT 470 Auditing (4)
       ACCT 495 Accounting Capstone (4)


Major Area Elective (select one of the following):


       ACCT 360 Governmental & Not-For-Profit Accounting (4)
       BSAD 476 Global Business Issues (4)
       MIS 300 Management Information Systems (4)


University Electives (4 semester hours)

Select an additional 4 semester hours from any Franklin University course offering at the 300 or 400 level. Additional Major Area
Electives are recommended, but contact your SSA for other options.


Special Notes:
             * Students interested in the CPA Exam are encouraged to contact their State Accountancy Boards to
               determine state-specific requirements.


              This document is an unofficial, informational guide. Please review your
                  Academic Evaluation and contact your SSA with any questions.
                                                                                                               Rev. 2/16/05

				
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