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Accountancy and Finance Double Major

COBE originally created the accountancy/finance dual major to allow students interested in both fields to graduate with the fewest classes. Because of changes made to both programs you can now earn a double major by taking the same classes required for the dual major.

Current Accountancy/Finance (blended) Majors:

If you are using the 2013-14 catalog or earlier you can still graduate with a BBA in Accountancy/Finance.  We encourage you to double major though because you can now get two majors instead of one by completing the exact same classes!

You may need to request academic adjustments to ensure your academic requirements are still recognized as satisfied. The college’s full-time advisors can assist you with any academic adjustments you need. You can contact them at or by phone (208)426-3859. Include your student ID number in any correspondence.

Academic Adjustments

ACCT 405 – We highly recommend that you take ACCT 405 but dual major students in the 2011-12 catalog or earlier are not required to take ACCT 405. If you switch to a double major using the same catalog that you are currently in, the department can waive ACCT 405. If you change catalogs to 2012-13 or later, you must take all of the courses listed in that catalog—including ACCT 405.

ACCT 300/304 – Finance major requirements include ACCT 300 but double majors should use ACCT 304 to satisfy this requirement for their Finance major.

Action Required

Ready to make the switch to the double major? Log onto myBoiseState in order to change your major to a double major in accountancy and finance. If you need assistance, the advisors in the COBE Advising Services (MBEB 1213) will be happy to help you. You can drop by or call (208) 426-3859 for assistance.

Registrar’s Office Links:

  • Career and professional advising: Contact COBE Career Services for assistance. In addition, all accountancy faculty can provide career advice.
  • Academic advising: Contact COBE Advising Services for help planning your class schedule and completing academic paperwork.