Accounting (Minor)

Overview

Get the knowledge you need to build a fundamental understanding of accounting with the Accounting Minor. This minor is designed to make you more knowledgeable and well-rounded in accounting and business, so that you can stand out and perform better in your future career. You’ll start with introductory and intermediate accounting courses, then complete your education with your choice of three third- or fourth-year courses. Choose from classes in income tax, managerial accounting, data analytics, not-for-profit accounting and more.  

To take the Minor in Accounting, you must be enrolled in a bachelor’s program at Douglas College that is not the Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. 

Program Requirements

Curriculum Framework
  • This minor is available for any Bachelor’s degree student
  • Successful completion of 21 credits
  • 15 credits upper level course work required
  • Courses taken as part of another credential can still be used to meet the requirements for this minor.
  • A minimum GPA of 2.00 is required on minor coursework

 Course Requirements:

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Select one option from the following two options:

ACCT 1235

Principles of Accounting I and II

3.00

ACCT 1110 and

ACCT 1210

Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting II

3.00

3.00

Required Courses:

ACCT 2320

Introductory Managerial Accounting

3.00

ACCT 3310

Intermediate Accounting I

3.00

ACCT 3410

Intermediate Accounting II

3.00

Upper Level ACCT electives

Any three upper level ACCT courses (3000-4000) excluding ACCT 3008.

9.00

Total Credits

 

21.00

Admissions Requirements

There are no separate admissions requirements for a minor, but you must be enrolled in a degree program in order to complete a minor. 

Cost

You can get an average cost for your program - tuition and student fees, books, uniforms, lab fees etc - on the Program Cost page. 

Only programs approved for student loan funding are listed on the Program Cost page. For all other programs, refer to the Tuition Fee page.

Program Guidelines

Program Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this program and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the program, consider the previous version as the applicable version.