The minor in accounting is open to all non-accounting students and offers a strong foundation in financial and managerial accounting beyond the introductory level.
With the increasingly interdisciplinary model used by businesses, completion of the minor broadens career opportunities and increases the graduate’s marketability. With careful course selection, completion of the minor will accrue enough accounting credits for students from any major to apply for direct admission to the Master of Accounting program upon completion of the undergraduate degree.
- All 3000-level and above coursework must be completed at the University of Florida.
- All course and grade prerequisites must be satisfied. Because the prerequisites for some upper-division accounting courses include business courses not included herein, non-business majors typically have to complete additional business courses to complete this minor.
- A minimum grade of C is required for each course in the minor, except for ACG 2021 and 2071, which require minimum grades of B.
- With advanced approval from the associate director, additional 3000-level or above accounting courses may be substituted for the requirements below.
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|ACG 2021 Introduction to Financial Accounting
|ACG 2071 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
|ACG 3101 Financial Accounting and Reporting 1
|ACG 3401 Business Processes and Accounting Information Systems
|ACG 4111 Financial Accounting and Reporting 2
|ACG 4341 Cost and Managerial Accounting