Minors in Business

Students pursuing a major in the School of Business have numerous opportunities to broaden their academic experience through the addition of a minor field of study, either inside or outside the School of Business. Similarly, non-business majors may choose a minor in business.

The School of Business offers minors in nine different areas. Each minor is composed of a minimum of 18 credit hours that offer students an opportunity to study a specific area of business in more detail.

Students must declare their intent to complete a minor by submitting a special form to the Records Office no later than the second semester of their junior year. Students must achieve a 2.0 grade point average in the courses constituting the minor. These courses may not be taken pass/fail and prerequisites must be met.

Here's a breakdown of the minors available and the courses required for each:

ACCOUNTING


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(for non-business majors)
  • Any 18 credits from courses with ACCT, BIS, BLX, ECO, FIN, MKT, MSC, or QMX prefixes.  (Note: Some courses may have prerequisite requirements.)


ECONOMICS
FAMILY BUSINESS:

Choose one of the following:
FINANCE:


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS:


MANAGEMENT:


MARKETING


QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS:


SPORTS MANAGEMENT: