Department website: https://engineering.jhu.edu/cle/accounting-financial-management/
The Accounting & Financial Management program offers Johns Hopkins Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and Peabody students a focused, quantitative minor that will prepare them more effectively for careers in small companies, major corporations, and consultancies as well as acceptance into graduate programs in accountancy.
The objective of the Minor in Accounting & Financial Management is to enable students in all disciplines to complement their major fields of study with academic training that will help them prepare for and compete within this expanding marketplace. The minor is not only relevant for students who plan to seek employment, but critical for those who plan to attend graduate programs in accounting immediately after graduation. The Accounting and Financial Management Minor will help the CLE’s graduates prepare for career opportunities in several fields that have high salaries and are predicted to grow substantially.
See the Requirements tab above for specific minor requirements.
Course and Grade Rules and Limitations
The Accounting & Financial Management minor requires a minimum of 21 credits.
A maximum of one "S" course may be applied to the minor.
All courses applied to the Accounting & Financial Management minor must be completed with a grade of C- or above.
- Four core courses: Foundations of American Enterprise, Financial Accounting, Professional Writing & Communication or Oral Presentations, and Decision Analytics
- Three upper-level courses; one course must be at the 400-level.
|EN.660.105||Foundations of American Enterprise||3|
|or EN.660.250||Identifying and Capturing Markets|
|EN.661.110||Professional Writing and Communication||3|
|or EN.661.250||Oral Presentations|
|EN.661.380||Decision Analytics 1||3|
|Select three upper-level courses; one course must be at the 400-level 2||9|
|Financial Statement Analysis|
Decision Analytics OR any statistics course 200-level or higher.
While the CLE currently offers only one 400-level course in this area, students occasionally take advanced classes at other universities.