Accounting 3110 Intermediate I Qualifying Exam
The first ACCT 3110 qualifying exam was administered on April 30, 2016. Fifty-nine (59) students took the exam. Fifty-eight percent (58%) earned a Pass.
As stated in the current University of North Texas undergraduate catalog, ACCT 3110 (Intermediate Accounting I) prerequisites are as follows:
- Junior level qualifying exam with a passing grade of 70 percent or higher; and,
- ACCT 2010 and ACCT 2020 with a grade of C or better in both courses.
Students are allowed to register for ACCT 3110, but they must pass the qualifying exam before the beginning of their enrolled ACCT 3110 class. A student cannot take ACCT 3110 at the University of North Texas in the enrolling semester if he/she has not passed the qualifying exam prior to the beginning of the class. Exam dates are posted at the Department of Accounting website http://www.cob.unt.edu/acct/. Please be alert to the last announced exam date before the beginning of your enrolled ACCT 3110 class.
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We are committed to preparing students for career development, life-long learning, and a global work environment. They strive to produce graduates who are technically competent, think independently, critically appraise situations, act in a responsible and ethical manner, and contribute positively and cooperatively to their employers and communities.
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Our students learn to critically appraise situations, act responsibly and ethically, as well as become a strategic thinker and problem-solver. The "learn today, apply tomorrow" classroom philosophy is achieved within an accommodative and supportive learning environment that includes:
- Alternative modes of student-teacher communication
- Different methods of course delivery
- Flexible class scheduling and office hours
Students generate valuable industry contacts by participating in our student chapters of:
- ISACA/IIA/ACFEE (IT Audit and Assurance, Security and Governance)
- National Association of Black Accountants
- ALPFA - Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting
- Beta Alpha Psi
- IMA – Institute of Management Accountants