The accountancy and business law minor will provide non-CSB majors a foundation of financial and legal knowledge that can be applied in a business in their chosen field of study. A strong understanding of financial and legal aspects of businesses will position students for growth and managment positions in their profession.
The minor core curriculum will provide students a strong foundation for maintaining financial records, utilizing financial information for managerial decision making, and understanding the legal environment of business. The minor elective course will provide students with an understanding of either the income tax implications of personal and business decisions or the commercial legal environment covering topics such as contracts, sales and warranties, and debtor and creditor rights.
Requirements for the Accountancy and Business Law Minor
The following six core courses (16 credit hours) are required.
A “C” or better in ACG 201, ACGL 201 Lab, and ACG 203, and a “C-” or better in the remaining minor courses is required. A cumulative Accountancy and Business Law minor GPA of 2.0 is necessary to earn the minor.