Academics

Accounting Minor

Understanding and knowing how to leverage accounting data is critical in today's working environment. Every organization needs accountancy to keep it functioning properly. A minor in Accounting can provide the link between how information is used in planning and decision-making throughout any organization. An Accounting minor is available to business students and non-business students. For more information, contact the department office at (216) 687-4720.

Accounting Minor Requirements

Core Courses (four classes, 12 credit hours)

  • ACT 221 Introductory Accounting I 
  • ACT 222 Introductory Accounting II 
  • ACT 331 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACT 332 Intermediate Accounting II

Elective Courses (choose two courses, 6 credit hours)

  • ACT 321 Cost Accounting 
  • ACT 333 Intermediate Accounting III
  • ACT 361 Tax I 
  • ACT 388 Accounting Information Systems
  • ACT 422 Cost Accounting II
  • ACT 441 Advanced Accounting
  • ACT 451 Auditing 
  • ACT 453 Information Systems Auditing
  • ACT 455 Internal Auditing 
  • ACT 456 Governance, Risk and Compliance
  • ACT 460 International Accounting 
  • ACT 462 Tax II 
  • ACT 465 Fraud Examination
  • ACT 484 Governmental and Institutional Accounting 
  • ACT 488 Advanced Accounting Information Systems
  • ACT 496 Special Topics in Accounting
Schedule an appointment with a Business Academic Advisor to learn more:
In Person:

Monte Ahuja College of Business

1860 East 18th Street, BU 219

By PHONE: 216.687.3729
By EMAIL: businessadvising@csuohio.edu