Minor in Accounting
Accounting is often called the "language of business.” Every manager, investor, and person active in the marketplace needs a clear understanding of accounting terms and concepts in order to participate effectively in the business community.
Accounting is a discipline which provides financial and managerial information essential to the efficient conduct and evaluation of an organization.
The accounting minor provides a foundation for those who wish to strengthen their accounting preparation for business,
Minor in Accounting (18 hours)
Complementary majors with this minor are business, computer science, mathematics, communication, world languages, etc.
The minor in accounting is open to non-business majors as well as students majoring in business.
The accounting minor has the following prerequisite:
|Financial Accounting||ACCT 211||3 credits|
|Managerial Accounting||ACCT 212||3 credits|
|Intermediate Accounting I||ACCT 311||3 credits|
|Intermediate Accounting II||ACCT 312||3 credits|
|Accounting Electives||6 credits|
Note: A student electing a minor in accounting with a major in business may not use accounting courses to fulfill elective requirements in the major.