The accounting minor is designed to provide a basic foundation in accounting for students who are interested in being conversant in the language of business. Students outside of the School of Business and Economics, such as criminal justice students, will find that it gives them a competitive edge with organizations such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The minor in accounting is open to all majors except students majoring in accounting.
Undergraduate students must meet the following requirements to declare the minor:
All students pursuing the minor in accounting are bound by the policies, terms, and conditions proscribed for study in the School of Business Administration and Economics.
The minor in accounting onsists of 18 credits of selected accounting course work as described below, with a minimum of 9 of the 18 credits being completed at Brockport. After matriculation, all 400-level courses must be taken at Brockport.
A student's cumulative GPA in Brockport courses used to satisfy requirements of the minor must be at least 2.0.
Note: Minors should carefully check the course descriptions to ensure they have completed the prerequisites for the electives that they choose.
Other Undergraduate Programs
John M Anfuso MBA
(Rochester Institute Of Technology)
Charles Callahan Ph.D
(University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign)
Tamoya Christie Ph.D
(Georgia State University)
Thomas E Cone Ph.D
(Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus)
James J Cordeiro Ph.D
(SUNY At Buffalo)
Professor and Chair
Yuanlong He Ph.D
(University Of Cincinnati-Main Campus)
Wei-Chuan Kao DBA
D Donald Kent Ph.D
Pamela Neely Ph.D
(SUNY At Albany)
Jane B Romal DBA
(Cleveland State University)
Sandeep Singh Ph.D
(Kent State University-Main Campus)
Kari Smoker MS
(Golden Gate University-San Francisco)
Kyongsei Sohn Ph.D
(George Washington University)
Manish Tewari Ph.D
(University Of Central Florida)