Home > Accounting

The School of Business Administration offers a minor and certificate program in Accounting.

• Students may fulfill a minor in Accounting by taking a minimum of 8 classes or 24 credit hours in Accounting. Coursework includes Principles of Accounting, Cost Accounting, Taxation, Forensic Accounting and Government and Non-Profit Accounting.

• The certificate program is available for students who already have a bachelor’s degree and are interested in enhancing their skills in Accounting or preparing for the CPA exam.

• Career options with Accounting experience include Budget Analysts, Accountants, Auditors, Bookkeeping, Payroll Managers, Attorneys, Non-Profit Professionals and Church Leaders.


Individuals who already have a Bachelor’s degree may complete a Certificate in Accounting or a Certificate in Information Technology.  Requirements for the certificate include completion of 8 classes in the discipline (Accounting or Information Technology).


The School of Business Administration also offers minors in either Accounting or Information Technology.  To fulfill a minor in either area, students complete a minimum of 24 credit hours in upper division Accounting classes (Accounting minor) or 24 credit hours in upper division Information Technology classes (Information Technology minor).

Click to view:
Accounting Informational Flyer (Includes Class Descriptions)