Minor in Accounting
The accounting minor surveys the principles, theories, and concepts of the accounting profession. Its practical component leads to work assignments in international, national, and local certified public accountant (CPA) firms in students’ junior and senior years. The combination of classroom theory and real-world experience also prepares candidates for the CPA examination administered by the various state boards of accountancy in the United States.
Benefits of Adding a Minor
A minor can help students complement their bachelor’s degree and stand out to future employers, helping them expand their employment opportunities as they study an additional area of interest. Complementary minors provide students the opportunity to demonstrate added expertise in their field and specialize in an area that may provide an edge in their job search, and also add knowledge that can be used throughout an individual’s career.
No more than three courses in a student’s major may count toward this minor.
|ACCT 120||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|ACCT 121||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BUSI 110||Business and Entrepreneurship 1, 2||3|
|ACCT 320||Intermediate Accounting I F||3|
|ACCT 321||Intermediate Accounting II S||3|
|ACCT 325||Cost Accounting S||3|
|or ACCT 426||Auditing Principles I|
|ACCT 331||Federal Taxes I F||3|
|or ACCT 332||Federal Taxes II|
|ACCT 336||Advanced Accounting F||3|
Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.
|F||Offered in Fall only|
|S||Offered in Spring only|
|F/S||Offered in both Fall and Spring terms|
|EF||Offered in Fall in even years|
|ES||Offered in Spring in even years|
|OF||Offered in Fall in odd years|
|OS||Offered in Spring in odd years|
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Demonstrate mastery of key accounting content areas, such as financial reporting, business and economic concepts, auditing, and regulation.
- Identify and solve accounting or business problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Compose responses to business decisions that demonstrate a Christian worldview.
- Express themselves clearly and effectively through professional written and oral communications.
- Demonstrate the ability to function as an effective business team member.