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The Accountancy minor provides an opportunity to understand the development and use of financial and accounting information within organizations. The minor is intended to aid in relating business activities to financial results and reporting. The program may also serve as a thematic sequence for non-business majors and also serve as a potential entrance to the Masters of Accountancy program for non-accountancy majors. The program capacity will be limited each year. Priority will be provided to students who wish to enter the Masters of Accountancy program.

Minor Information

  • 18 credit hours
  • Open to all students
  • Satisfies the thematic sequence requirement for non-business majors
  • At least 4 required 300/400 level ACC courses must be completed at Miami.
  • Eligibility for the CPA Exam and/or eligibility for licensing as a CPA requires 150 semester hours and 30 ACC hours in most states. Other requirements vary by state; visit the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy for links to state-by-state details.
  • Visit the Miami Bulletin for more information.

Minor Requirements

Required courses:

  • ACC 221
  • ACC 222

Select four courses from the following:

  • ACC 321
  • ACC 333
  • ACC 343
  • ACC 361
  • ACC 422
  • ACC 445
  • ACC 452
  • ACC 453
  • ACC 461
  • ACC 468
  • ACC 490
  • ACC 495

Minor Advisor:

Mrs. Amanda Pyzoha


Created by FSB Advising, July 2020