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Business Management Minors

The Business Division offers two academic minors which students in the traditional and ABE programs may apply to their baccalaureate degree/major. The course work for these minors emphasize acquiring foundational knowledge and skills required in today’s global work environment.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Business Management or Supply Chain and Logistics Management may not earn either of the following Business minors. Students earning any of the other baccalaureate degrees offered by the College may declare one of the following Business minors.

Minor in Accounting

The minor in accounting will prepare students for entry-level careers as staff management accountants, analysts, or finance professionals working in private, public, academic institutions, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Students will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge and skills in accounting and finance required in today’s global work environment.

Requirements

Students Majoring in Business Administration may not declare a Minor in Accounting, but may pursue the Concentration in Accounting.

Seven courses with a grade of C or better in each of the following courses applied to the minor:

  • BUS 101: Financial Accounting
  • BUS 102: Managerial Accounting (Prereq. C or better in `BUS 101)
  • BUS 301: Principles of Finance (Prereq. BUS 101)
  • BUS 302: Cost Accounting (Prereq. BUS 102)
  • BUS 304: Fund Accounting (Prereq. BUS 101)
  • BUS 306: Business Law or
  • BUS 310: Operations Management (Prereq. MAT 135/Coreq. BUS 205) or
  • BUS 313: International Business or
  • BUS 315: Int’l Finance (Prereq. BUS 101 & BUS 301)
  • BUS 410:  Business Ethics or any other 400 level business course

Minor in Business Management

The minor in business management will provide student with the opportunity to understand management principles as they relate to a variety of jobs in the private, public/non-profit, or government sectors. Students will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge and skills in management required in today’s global work environment.

Requirements

Students Majoring in Business Administration may not declare a Minor in Business Management.

Seven courses with a grade of C or better in each of the following courses applied to the minor:

  • BUS 203: Principles of Marketing
  • BUS 205: Principles of Management**
  • BUS 310: Operations Management* (Prereq. MAT 135) or
  • BUS 316: Workforce Diversity
  • BUS 314: Human Resource Management* (Coreq. BUS 205)
  • BUS 318: Organizational Behavior and Theory* (Coreq. BUS 205)
  • BUS 412: Organizational Leadership (Prereq. BUS 318)
  • BUS 410: Business Ethics or
  • BUS 496: Advanced Special Topics in Management

** Principles of Management is a co-requisite (prior to or concurrently enrolled in BUS310, BUS314, and BUS318).