Accounting Minor

The accounting minor is a natural complement to existing majors:  economics, information science, business administration, and mathematics or to an interdisciplinary major of your own design.  This minor provides the accounting foundation commonly required for entry into graduate programs in accounting, business administration, finance, and economics as well as entry into government and general business careers. 

Requirements for the accounting minor include six courses:

Required Courses:

  • 101 Financial Accounting (4 credits)
  • 247 Managerial Accounting I (4 credits)
  • 321 Intermediate Accounting I (4 credits)

Three elective courses, chosen from the following:

  • 322 Intermediate Accounting II
  • 342 Taxation I
  • 344 Taxation II
  • 345 Personal Financial Planning
  • 349 Managerial Accounting II
  • 395/495 Internship in Accounting
  • 421 Auditing
  • 422 Advanced Accounting
  • 490 Senior Thesis