Accounting Minor


BSAD 060Financial Accounting 13
BSAD 061Managerial Accounting 13
BSAD 161Corporate Financial Reporting13
Select two courses from the following list:6
Corporate Financial Reporting2 2
Individual Taxation
Special Topics (As Approved)
Special Topics (As Approved)
Taxation of Social Enterprises
SU:Environmntl & Social Rprtng
Corporation Taxation
Accounting Information Systems
Adv Topics in Management Acctg
Gov't and NFP Accounting
Current Topics Fin Reporting
Special Topics (As Approved)
Students are approved to overlap one course between two minors. At least three of the five minor courses must be completed at UVM or from an approved study abroad program.
To be awarded a Minor in Accounting, a student must earn at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA in the Accounting Minor courses.


Ineligible Major: Business Administration


EC 011Principles of Macroeconomics 33
or EC 012 Principles of Microeconomics
MATH 019QR: Fundamentals of Calculus I 33-4
or MATH 021 QR: Calculus I

Other Information

Mobile Computing Requirement

Students are asked to purchase a portable computer and the software suite that meets the requirements of the Grossman School of Business. Please consult with a member of the University’s IT staff for specifics.

GSB Comprehensive Technology Fee

The Grossman School of Business charges an $75 Technology Fee per semester to all business majors, minors, and graduate students (Sustainable Innovation MBA and Master of Accountancy programs).

The GSB Technology Fee covers terminals, monitors, servers and computer lab systems (Ex: A/V hardware and hookups), and software related to instruction (Bloomberg terminals, research databases for instructional purposes, online poll service for classroom response system, and other). The fee also covers associated digital displays within the GSB Study Rooms.  Students who pay the fee get printing access for a limited amount of copies (180 per month). The fee also covers maintenance for printers, paper and print management system.

Computer Competency

Students are presumed to have basic microcomputer literacy, including working knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software. Students lacking this basic knowledge are responsible for attaining it through course work, self-study, tutorials or workshops.