Accounting

Accounting Minor

An accounting minor is an excellent way to gain and demonstrate expertise in specific areas of accounting, such as taxation, managerial accounting, accounting systems or auditing. Students majoring in accounting may not choose the accounting minor.

Minor Degree Requirements

Minimum Requirements for Minor: 15 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.

Code Title Credits
ACCT F261X Principles of Financial Accounting 3
ACCT F262 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
Complete 3 of the following upper-division accounting electives: 9
AIS F316 Accounting Information Systems  
ACCT F330 Income Tax  
ACCT F342 Managerial Cost Accounting  
ACCT F361 Intermediate Accounting  
ACCT F362 Intermediate Accounting  
ACCT F452 Auditing  
ACCT F472 Internal and Government Auditing  
ACCT F401 Advanced Accounting  
ACCT F404 Advanced Cost Accounting and Controllership  
ACCT F414 Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting  
ACCT F430 Advanced Taxes  

NOTE Courses completed to satisfy this minor can be used to simultaneously satisfy other major or general education requirements.