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Accounting Minor

The minor in accounting provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to help businesses measure financial results, improve business processes, and comply with the Internal Revenue Code.

Degree Type
Area of Interest
Associated Colleges or Schools
Program Location
  • Queens Campus
Required Credit Hours



  • ACC 2370 Financial Accounting and Reporting
  • ACC 4345 Cost Accounting (Prerequisite ACC2370) 
  • TAX 3361 Federal Income Taxation: Individuals (Prerequisite ACC2370)
  • ACC or AIS Elective at 3000 or greater level 

Select one ACC/AIS elective (3 credits) from the following

  • ACC 2371 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC 3352 Financial Statement Analysis
  • ACC 3358 Sustainability Accounting and Reporting
  • ACC 4343 Advanced Accounting I
  • ACC 4360 Sustainability Implementation and Disclosures
  • ACC/AIS/TAX 4399 Accounting/Tax Internship
  • TAX 4362 Federal Income Taxation: Businesses
  • AIS 4347 Principles of Auditing
  • AIS 4356 Principles of Internal Audit
  • AIS 4359 Sustainability Accounting: Attestation
  • AIS 4360 Fraud Examination

Contact Us

Benjamin R. Silliman, Ed.D.

Associate Professor


Bent Hall Queens 453


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