Business Administration Minor
The minor in Business Administration introduces students to the foundation areas of business by drawing on business core courses to give a broad, non-specialized exposure to business. It is designed to provide entry-level employment skills for a wide range of jobs and to help provide a bridge to the business world for non-business majors.
The business administration minor complements the skills the student gains in his or her major discipline by providing a study of principles and techniques used in organizing, planning, managing, and leading within various organizations. Its purpose is to broaden the career opportunities of liberal arts graduates by combining a working knowledge of essential business principles. The business administration minor is open to all non-business students.
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Business Administration Minor Curriculum
The business administration minor requires a minimum of 19 credit hours.
Students pursuing a minor in business administration are required to complete the following courses:
ACCT 209: Principles of Accounting
ACCT 210: Accounting for Management
ECON 201: Basic Economic Theory
MGMT 103: Business Foundations
MGMT 170: Computer Proficiency Exam
MGMT 301: Leadership and Organizations
MKTG 337: Marketing
The faculty of the Breech School reserves the right to modify the above program and degree requirements at any time.