The minor in accounting + finance provides students with a quantitative understanding of businesses in both the for-profit and not-for-profit environment. Students in the minor study financial accounting, financial analysis and corporate finance, which provide a strong foundation for advanced study in additional accounting or finance courses of their choosing based on their career aspirations. The minor is designed to allow students to choose among accounting, business administration and sport management financial electives. The accounting + finance minor is designed for non-business and business administration majors.
The minor in accounting + finance consists of 20 credits. In addition to the core credits, students must elect eight credits with at least four credits from the 300 or 400 level.
Other elective courses/independent courses by approval of the dean of the School of Business & Social Sciences.