Minor in Accounting
Why Minor in Accounting at Eastern?
Accounting is often called the "language" of business. Accountants provide much of the data that is used in business decision making. The task of the accountant is to retrieve and report data gathered in many types of business and non-business organizations. Accounting involves much more than simply gathering financial data; it involves the analysis and communication of the data in a usable format for various types of economic decisions by management, government, consumers, creditors, and stockholders.
The minor in Accounting program at Eastern University includes the following courses:
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit|
|Required Accounting Courses:||12|
|ACCT 107||Accounting Principles I|
|ACCT 108||Accounting Principles II|
|ACCT 361||Intermediate Financial Accounting I|
|ACCT 362||Intermediate Financial Accounting II|
|Additional Accounting Courses:||6|
|Any ACCT Course (2 courses)|
|Any ACCT Course (1 course) and FIN 424|
|Total Credit Hours:||18|
Full descriptions of undergraduate course offerings are available in Eastern's undergraduate course catalog.