Accounting is necessary in a wide variety of careers. Students completing an accounting minor will broaden their learning experiences and professional opportunities by gaining more depth in operational accounting topics. This minor is closed to students majoring in accounting.
|Choose three of the following|
|ACCT-360||Intermediate Financial Accounting I*|
|ACCT-365||Intermediate Financial Accounting II*|
|ACCT-420||Personal and Small Business Taxation*|
|ACCT-445||Accounting Information Systems|
|ACCT-450||Accounting for Government and Not-for-profit Organizations|
|ACCT-460||Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination|
|ACCT-489||Seminar in Accounting|
|FINC-120||Personal Financial Management†|
|BLEG-200||Business Law I†|
|MGMT-340||Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility†|
* These courses are recommended for students interested in pursuing CPA certification.
† Students may choose one of these courses as a substitute for an accounting elective.
Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
Effective fall 2013, RIT converted its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.
Accounting is necessary in a wide variety of careers. Students completing an accounting minor will broaden their learning experiences and professional opportunities by having more depth in operational accounting topics.
0101-301 Financial Accounting
0101-302 Management Accounting
Electives—Choose three of the following (at least two must be accounting electives):
0101-345 Accounting Information Systems
0101-408 Financial Reporting and Analysis I
0101-409 Financial Reporting and Analysis II
0101-522 Personal and Small Business Taxation
0101-523 Advanced Taxation
0101-554 Seminar in Accounting
0104-220 Personal Financial Management
0104-350 Corporate Finance
0110-319 Legal Environment of Business