The accounting program offers a minor for students in majors other than accounting. The accounting minor fits into the curricula of SUNYIT by providing students with the opportunity to acquire knowledge in an important professional discipline that can complement their major. The minor adds value to a degree because all organizations maintain accounting systems and require that their employees understand the financial implications of tactical and strategic decisions. In an increasingly competitive job market, accounting knowledge can play a consequential role in satisfying the needs of employers.
Total Credit Hours: 18*
A. Required Courses
- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Principles
- ACC 385 Intermediate Accounting I
- ACC 310 Income Tax I
- ACC 205 Managerial Accounting Problems OR
- ACC 370 Cost Accounting
B. At Least One Elective From List:
- ACC 311 Income Tax II
- ACC 320 Fund Accounting
- ACC 321 Financial Planning and Controls for Not-for-Profit Organizations
- ACC 386 Intermediate Accounting II
- ACC 430 Accounting Controls, Not-For-Profit Organizations
- ACC 450 Auditing
- ACC 471 Advanced Management Accounting
- ACC 475 Advanced Accounting Problems
- ACC 491 Independent Study
No prerequisites are required for a minor in accounting.
*A student must earn at least a C in every accounting course applied to the minor and at least 10 credits must be taken at SUNYIT.