- Minor Courses and Elective Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose an Accountancy Minor?
The Accountancy Minor complements major fields of study in other programs and enhances a students' marketability in the business world by providing a more in-depth education regarding the financial information of a company. It also allows students to choose a concentration in a particular area of accounting such as forensic accounting or taxation.
The Accountancy Minor consists of six courses, or 18 credit hours. Four of the six courses are required and provide students with the accounting basics essential to all areas of accounting. The two electives can then be tailored to the interests of the student.
Accountancy, Finance, & Info Systems
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Accounting Elective Courses
Minimum credit hours required for Accountancy Minor
There are 6 credits with ACCT prefix which must have advisor and AFIS department approval. At least 3 credits must be at the 300-level or above. The electives should be structured to give the student a background in a specialized field in accounting.