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In order to graduate with a minor in accounting you must take:
ACCT 225, Financial Accounting (4)
ACCT 351, Intermediate Accounting I (4)
MGMT 302, Corporate Finance (4)
All courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better. Students must also complete two three (3) or two four (4) credit hour courses at the 300 level or above. Students enrolled in our management bachelor’s degree program may not minor in accounting.
Although minors are not required for graduation, many students choose one. A minor area of study consists of courses specified by each department. Typically, minors consist of five or six courses, over half of which must be taken at Hiram College.
Why pursue a minor?
Minors allow you to pursue areas of interest that your major alone won’t cover. They can help supplement your major-related coursework, help you become a more well-rounded and accomplished student, and communicate to potential employers that you have a diverse knowledge base and the drive to continue learning.