Graduation

Minor in Accounting

The Accounting Minor seeks to develop professional and practical scholarship through exploration of fundamental and contemporary accounting concerns, including those dealing with ethical issues. Such an education provides the graduate with a background suited to meeting the needs of a challenging job market. The Accounting Minor will put students on a career path to work in business, higher education, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.

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Requirements

15 Credit hours

The following courses are required:
ACCT 210      Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 211      Principles of Accounting II
ACCT 225      Accounting Information Systems

Choice of the following tracks, depending on interest (other combinations possible; see Program Director).
ACCT 300-301           Intermediate 1 & 2 (financial track)
ACCT 450-451           Income Tax 1 & 2 (taxation)
ACCT 330- 475          Cost Accounting & Fraud Examination
ACCT 415-475           Government & Non-Profit Accounting & Fraud Examination

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Faculty

George Grzesiowski, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Accounting Program Director; Assistant Professor

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