The accounting program features small class sizes and a strong mix of practical application and theory in order to prepare you for a career in public accounting, corporate finance, manufacturing, and government service or not-for-profit organizations. Your professors bring ‘real world’ experience to the classroom.
Since accounting is a dynamic, ever-changing field, you will learn how to keep your knowledge up-to-date so you can continue to grow throughout your professional career. As part of a liberal arts curriculum, you will also acquire the communication, computer, and interpersonal skills necessary to successfully resolve complex problems in unstructured settings, as well as benefit from participation in extracurricular activities and business organizations such as Phi Beta Lambda and Enactus.
Be prepared to enter the workforce after graduation or enroll in graduate school by gaining a foundation of accounting and business knowledge in areas such as financial and managerial accounting, auditing, tax accounting and accounting information systems.
The Accounting minor consists of 15 hours to include the following:
- ACC 2003 Principles of Accounting I
- ACC 2013 Principles of Accounting II
- ACC 3203 Intermediate Accounting I
- ACC 3203 Intermediate Accounting II
- ACC Elective or ACC 4333 Internship
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
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