Accountancy (Minor)

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Available to students majoring outside the Driehaus College of Business, the Accountancy minor is designed for those students seeking to acquire skills in analyzing, interpreting, and communicating financial information to complement their major course of study.

Prerequisite Requirements

Students must meet the prerequisite course equivalency of pre-calculus (MAT 130 PRECALCULUS) prior to taking the first course in the minor.

Course Requirements

A non-Driehaus student minoring in Accountancy is required to complete the following courses totaling at least 24.0 hours:

Course Title Quarter Hours
Required Courses
ACC 101INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING I4
ACC 102INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING II4
ACC 304FINANCIAL REPORTING I4
Electives
Select three of the following:12
COST & MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
FINANCIAL REPORTING II
FINANCIAL REPORTING III
ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
INFORMATION FOR DECISION MAKING
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES & BUSINESS LAW
AUDITING I
AUDITING II
FRAUD EXAMINATION AND FORENSIC AUDITING
INTERNAL AUDITING
TAX TREATMENT OF INDIVIDUALS AND PROPERTY
TAX TREATMENT OF CORPORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
SPECIAL TOPICS (with approval)
INDEPENDENT STUDY
ACC 250 may not be used toward minor requirements.

Graduation Requirements

All Accountancy (ACC) courses and any courses used toward the Accountancy minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.​​​​​