Minor in Accountancy
All business professionals use accounting information to make decisions. Regardless of a student’s career path, a deeper understanding of accounting can be valuable. The minor in Accountancy provides students the opportunity to create a program of study that will enhance their knowledge of how business performance is measured. The requirements are flexible enough to allow students to sample a variety of accounting courses or to combine courses that are focused on a particular theme. Some suggested course combinations are presented below.
The minor is NOT open to students majoring in Corporate Finance and Accounting OR Information Systems Audit & Control.
AC 311 – Financial Reporting and Analysis
Nine credits in other accounting courses for which the pre-requisites have been met.
A minimum grade point average of 2.0 in the accounting courses
Possible Course Combinations:
Course selections that might be appropriate for students interested in:
AC 311; AC 312; AC 412 and AC 350
Information Systems Audit & Control:
AC 311; AC 340; AC 470; and AC 440
AC 311; AC 312; AC 310; and AC410
AC311; AC 312; AC 350; and AC450
All minors must be approved by the coordinator and declared via the Minors Program Enrollment Form.
Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator.