You can minor in the same program. Like Accounting major with finance minor, which is very popular, and vice versa. But I'm thinking of maybe taking two minors, so Accounting/Finance major with a Finance/Accounting minor, along with a "random" minor such as biology or whatever. Back in first year, I got a package in BUS 100 saying you can't do that. But undergraduate calendar says otherwise. Maybe I'll just call them when school is open..dankup wrote: ↑Dec 28th, 2012 1:24 pmhttp://www.ryerson.ca/calendar/2012-2013/pg1310.html
"Students are eligible to take any Minor except those which are specifically excluded by their program because they are too closely related to the core program requirements (e.g., a Business Management - Accounting Major students is not eligible to earn an Accounting Minor);"
So, it seems if you're an accounting major (or finance major, or any major really), you can't get the minor for the same program. If you want a minor for accounting you're going to have to transfer to something completely irrelevant, and then take 6 accounting courses that are linked below the first link^, or here: http://www.ryerson.ca/calendar/2012-2013/pg1311.html I would think you already have 6 accounting courses under your belt, don't you? Bio minor: http://www.ryerson.ca/calendar/2012-2013/pg1312.html
I suggest that you take ACC 514 off the list, or something else off the list. 6 courses is a killer, especially when you have ACC 514.initiator123 wrote: ↑Dec 28th, 2012 3:53 pmI made my winter 2013 schedule and am wondering if it is manageable:
- Taking 6 courses:
ACC410 (redoing it so should be a bit easier)
Both geography courses being liberals. My only concern is the time management for 514 which will be required. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions? I will be working part-time once a week during the school year, so school will be my only priority.