The Accounting Minor/Concentration is designed for students who desire to increase their skills in accounting useful for preparation in careers in general management, bookkeeping, banking, purchasing, accounting support and other areas.
This minor/concentration is not designed to lead to a major in the field or to fill the requirements to sit for the CPA exam. The accounting minor/concentration offers students additional study in financial accounting, fraud auditing, accounting information systems and federal income taxation.
Business students can earn a concentration in Accounting by completing any 3 of the 5 required courses.
Program prerequisite: BUSN 206 or BUSN 212
BUSN 317 Intermediate Accounting
BUSN 351 Cost Accounting
BUSN 432 Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting
BUSN 434 Accounting Information Systems
BUSN 436 Introduction to Federal Income Taxation
Total: 15 semester hours