Minor in accounting


A Minor in Accounting will provide students with a broad understanding of the examination, organization, management, design and communication, accurate recording and reporting procedures of Financial and Business transactions. The student who graduate with a Minor in Accounting will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a basic comprehension of Accounting principles, concepts and technical skills.
  • Demonstrate through the evaluation and communication of financial information, the skills to provide information to internal and external users for decision making.
  • Show ability to analyze, compare, and evaluate information to provide analysis for short and long term planning.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of professional standards of ethics necessary for decision making.
  • Use computers and financial software for financial analysis and presentation.

Students are required to use the following table:

Course #

Description

Credits

Prerequisite

ACO 201

Principles of Accounting I

3

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ACO 202

Principles of Accounting II

3

ACO 201

CHOOSE THREE OF THE FOLLOWING

ACO 311

Managerial Accounting

3

ACO 202

ACO 313

Intermediate Accounting I

3

ACO 202

ACO 314

Intermediate Accounting II

3

ACO 313

ACO 321

Cost Accounting

3

ACO 311

ACO 323

Accounting Information Systems

3

ACO 202,CSC 201

ACO 350

Corporate Financial Reporting

3

BAF 311

ACO 411

Taxation

3

Senior standing

ACO413

Auditing I

3

ACO 202

ACO 421

Advanced Accounting

3

Senior standing

Total

 

15 cr.

 

Suggested Program:

First semester
ACO 201 Principles of Accounting I

Second semester

ACO 202 Principles of Accounting II

Third semester

Two minor electives

Fourth semester
One minor elective

The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics is a member of AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.