Minor in Accounting
The minor in Accounting is designed to provide non-business majors with in-depth training in the accounting field. Students who complete the minor by taking the appropriate eight Accounting courses will meet most, but not all of the requirements to sit for the CPA examination in Pennsylvania and other states.
In order to sit for the CPA examination in Pennsylvania, students must
hold a bachelor's degree with at least 120 college credits, 24 of which
must be in accounting-related courses. CPA licensure requires that one
must pass the CPA exam and have one (1) year of work experience.
Additionally, the student must have 150 credit hours, 36 of which must
be in accounting-related courses.
(24 credits as listed below)
1. Six courses in Business Administration
- BA 201 Financial Accounting
- BA 202 Managerial Accounting
- BA 222 Intermediate Accounting I
- BA 223 Intermediate Accounting II
- BA 326 Federal Tax Accounting
- BA 327 Auditing or BA 328 Advanced Accounting