A minor in Accounting will give students an opportunity to major in another discipline and still get enough accounting to broaden their career opportunities. The business world is more interdisciplinary than it used to be. Now managers from all departments participate in decisions for the company. A minor in Accounting would give students in other majors across the university the opportunity to increase their marketability.
Requirements for a minor in Accounting (18 credits)
ACC 2010. Financial Accounting (3)
ACC 2020. Managerial Accounting (3)
ACC 3010. Intermediate Accounting I (3)
ACC 3020. Intermediate Accounting II (3)
ACC 3030. Accounting Information Systems (3)
ACC 3040. Cost Accounting (3)
A student pursuing a minor in the School of Business must take at least four unique courses beyond those used to fulfill the requirements of his or her major.