Accounting Minor

Learning the principles of accounting

Whether you are a general business or finance major, a minor in accounting provides you with a working knowledge of the fundamentals of accounting. This knowledge will assist you in preparing budgets, managing business finances and analyzing financial statements.

If you are a student in the College of Business, you may take courses to satisfy both your major and minor requirements, therefore completing the minor in accounting in 6-12 additional hours. If you are not a student in the College of Business, the accounting minor is a 15-18 hour program.

Minor requirements

To complete a minor in accounting, you must take the following courses:


Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
  1. ACC 201(3), 211(3), 301(3). Note: ACC 206(4) may be substituted for ACC 201 and 211.
  2. Three courses from: ACC 302(3), 311(3), 321(3), 341(3), 504(3), 506(3), 513(3), 524(3), 525(3).

Adding a minor

To add a minor, visit the Academic Advising and Transfer Center in University Hall 109. You may need to receive a signature from the head of the School of Accountancy to authorize the addition of an accounting minor.