Students in other business majors (e.g., finance, entrepreneurship, management information systems, or management) can also seek a minor in accounting. While a minor in accounting is often sought by business majors, its structure provides majors in other disciplines (e.g., engineering and education) the option to seek a minor as well. Accordingly, a minor in accounting provides students in majors other than accounting evidence of additional subject matter expertise in accounting and opens additional career opportunities.
To receive a minor in accounting, students are required to complete six courses (18 credit hours), including two required courses and four elective courses.
|ACCT 2301||Introduction to Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 2302||Introduction to Managerial Accounting||3|
|Select four of the following:|
|Intermediate Accounting I|
|Intermediate Accounting II|
|Taxation Accounting I|
|Introduction to Auditing|
|Data Analytics in Accounting|
|Financial Analysis and Valuation|