2005-06 Online Catalogue
Accounting (Undergraduate Minor)
Economics 11, Economics 12, Mathematics 19 or 21, Statistics 111 or 141. Students must have basic microcomputer literacy, including a working knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software. Students lacking this basic knowledge are responsible for attaining it through course work, self study, tutorials, or workshops.
Introductory Accounting: BSAD 60 and BSAD 61 or BSAD 65. (A student may not receive credit for BSAD 65 after completion of either BSAD 60 or BSAD 61.) Students must earn at least a 2.0 in each introductory accounting course taken to continue with an accounting minor. If a 2.0 is not achieved, a student may switch to a business administration minor.
Upper Level Accounting Requirements: BSAD 161, and BSAD 162, plus two courses from BSAD 164, BSAD 168, BSAD 266, and BSAD 267. A student must earn a 2.0 average in these four courses to earn an accounting minor.
Students Majoring in Business
Students majoring in Business Administration are not required to have a minor to meet degree requirements; however, a business student may choose to have a minor outside of Business. The department issuing the minor sets the requirements and determines if the student is eligible to minor in their program. The student must contact the appropriate department to obtain more information.
Two different minors are available in the School of Business Administration for non-business majors: Business Administration or Accounting. An application is required and may be obtained at the Student Services Office, 101 Kalkin Hall. Acceptance into the minor program requires completion of the prerequisite courses with a GPA of 2.0 or better in these courses. Admission may be more restrictive if applications exceed the capacity of the program.
- Colleges and Schools: School of Business Administration.