Enhance Your Degree with Our Online Accounting Courses
Whether you plan on becoming an accountant or not, Liberty’s Minor in Accounting is a valuable addition to any degree program. Through 6 online accounting courses, we can help equip you to get ahead in any industry you choose. Liberty’s mission is to provide students with a solid understanding of accounting principles through our carefully selected online accounting courses.
Our Minor in Accounting curriculum is designed primarily for accounting or business students as part of our integrated business education, but it is useful for any student who wishes to understand the language of business. In fact, the benefits of accounting extend far beyond careers in accountancy.
Why Study Accounting in Addition to Your Major Courses?
Our accounting minor will allow you to enhance your degree through online accounting courses designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills essential to your career. The Minor in Accounting is offered entirely online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without worrying about taking on-campus courses.
The specifics of forensic accounting, accounts receivable, accounting systems, and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exams may only pertain to Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Data Analysis majors seeking employment at an accounting firm. However, mastery of basic accounting information and financial statements can prove vital to anyone involved in business. For example, the income statement is a simple document that nearly anyone in business should be able to decipher. Likewise, cash flow statements help accountants and non-accountants alike gauge the strength of a company’s financial position. Accounting is important because it is the language of business, and our Minor in Accounting can help you become fluent in that language.
Whether your dream is to run a business or work in the finance industry, Liberty’s Minor in Accounting can help you gain experience and set you apart from others in the field. The Minor in Accounting pairs well with our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, or bachelor’s degree in information systems.
What Will You Learn as an Accounting Minor?
With a Minor in Accounting, you can develop your knowledge and skills in financial, managerial, governmental, and nonprofit accounting as well as auditing and taxation. As you progress in your online accounting courses, your professors will help you understand the difference between theory and practice so you can meet the challenges and opportunities that await you in the future. You don’t have to be an accounting major to learn the basics of accountancy — choose our Minor in Accounting and gain foundational knowledge of fundamental financial principles.
Online Accounting Course Requirements (18 Credit Hours)
- ACCT 211 – Financial Principles
- ACCT 212 – Managerial Principles
- ACCT 301 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I
- ACCT 311 – Corporate Accounting
- ACCT 401 – Individual Taxation
- BUSI 301 – Business Law
What Can You Do with a Minor in Accounting?
The Minor in Accounting pairs well with our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, or bachelor’s degree in information systems. While students interested in a full-time accountant job may want to consider our bachelor’s degree in accounting and data analysis, our Minor in Accounting can provide versatility to any résumé.