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Digital Accounting Minor

By the books

The Digital Accounting minor provides non-accounting majors an opportunity to analyze the financial implications of business decisions. This minor provides students skills to be financially knowledgeable in any industry and will prepare students to complete accounting practices through software systems such as QuickBooks Online.

Calculating your path

Graduates of the Digital Accounting Minor will be prepared for a wide variety of jobs in areas such as payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory management, and customer relations. They also will be prepared to take the exam to become certified in QuickBooks Online.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the Digital Accounting Minor, students will:

  • Produce four financial statements: Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows, and Statement of Owner’s Equity.

  • Record, process, and create financial reports.

  • Use QuickBooks to track spending, revenues, cost of merchandise sold, and payroll data.

  • Use spreadsheets to analyze data from sources such as QuickBooks or other sources.

  • Perform basic accounting skills to plan, control, and make decisions using financial data.

  • Use technology to record, process, and report financial data.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the Digital Accounting Minor, students will be able to:

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