Graduate Minor in Accounting

About the Graduate Minor

Accounting is the language of financial data. Whether you are an artist, pro athlete, restaurateur, or CEO of a nonprofit or fortune 100 company, having a basic understanding of accounting will equip you to make sound business decisions.  Students develop skills and tools related to how economic events are captured in financial reports, use of financial information for decision-making, measuring and monitoring performance for strategic and operational planning, and how taxes impact decisions. The minor is intended for individuals who work in interdisciplinary teams and for those who need an understanding of accounting for their careers.

Admission Requirements

Open to current Drexel graduate students.

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Program Requirements

ACCT 510Essentials of Financial Reporting2.0
ACCT 601Managerial Accounting3.0
or ACCT 603 Strategic Cost Management
TAX 660Tax and Business Strategy3.0
Please choose two (2) from the following list: 6.0
Current Issues in the Accounting Profession
Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
Strategy & the Master Budgeting Process
Data Analytics & Technology in Accounting
Financial Statement Analysis
Corporate Taxation
Total Credits14.0