The accounting graduate minor provides students with a strong foundation in financial and managerial accounting as well as taxation. Students explore how economic events are captured in financial reports, and how financial information can be used for decision making, measuring and monitoring performance for strategic and operational planning. The minor is intended for individuals who work in interdisciplinary teams and those who need an understanding of accounting for their careers.
The minor is open to all graduate students across the University.
Total Credits: 14
|ACCT 510||Essentials of Financial Reporting||2|
|ACCT 601||Managerial Accounting||3|
|TAX 660||Tax and Business Strategy||3|
Choose two of the following:
|ACCT 604||International Financial Reporting||3|
|ACCT 607||Forensic Investigation||3|
|ACCT 628||Accounting Valuation Issues||3|
|ACCT 631||Advanced Strategic Cost Management||3|
|ACCT 644||Internal Auditing||3|
|ACCT 650||Accounting Information Systems||3|
|ACCT 653||Analytical Accounting and Systems||3|