Accounting Minor

Accounting Minor

Objectives
The accounting minor is designed to enable students with other various majors: (1) to study accounting principles, practices and procedures that apply to financial reporting, (2) to develop the critical thinking skills needed to understand the consequences of those accounting principles.

The minor in accounting is open to all university students and is designed to provide flexibility to those who wish to enrich their major area with greater understanding of accounting procedures and techniques.

Students who wish to minor in Accounting must take the following 15 Credits: Four courses listed below and a fifth which is an elective.

SubjectCourseTitlePrerequisite
ACC201Principles Accounting INone
ACC301Intermediate Accounting IACC 201
ACC302Intermediate Accounting IIACC 301
ACC303Intermediate Accounting IIIACC 302
3 Credit Hours from ONE of the following Electives:
ACC310Cost Accounting SystemsACC 302
ACC311Advanced Managerial AccountingACC 302 & ACC 310
ACC416Federal Individual TaxationACC 301
Total: 15 Credits

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