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Academics: Minors

Accounting Minor

A minor in accounting will provide valuable tools to help you succeed in a variety of career fields by developing a basis for responsible participation in the stewardship of organizational assets and activities. Accounting minors learn to prepare, analyze, communicate and interpret financial information including budgets, annual reports, tax returns, and other forms of financial communication. Majors who complete a minor in accounting will be strong candidates for positions in business, not-for-profit, government, and other fields in which financial management is needed. Complete in just 20-22 semester hours.

Requirements

Business 160
Business 203
Business 204
Business 205
Business 301
One accounting elective (two accounting electives for business majors since they are already required to take Business 160)

 

Business Minor

A minor in business is a practical and valuable addition to any major. It gives you a business understanding that is beneficial in every career. The Business Minor can easily fit into your field of study. Complete in just 19-20 semester hours.

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Requirements

  • Business 160: Introduction to Business
  • Business 203: Managerial Accounting
  • Economics 221: Microeconomics
  • Economics 222: Macroeconomics
  • Two business electives

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Why add a minor?

  • You'll gain an understanding of Business, Accounting, and Economics.
  • A Business or Accounting minor competitively sets you apart when searching for jobs.
  • The skills you develop are practical for the rest of your life.