Business Management Minor
The Business Management minor is intended for students pursuing other majors who seek a foundation in business studies. The minor complements their chosen major by introducing them to principles and techniques used in business and management. Students may apply to the BUS minor any time during their academic career provided that their cumulative grade point average is a 3.10 or higher. Applications must be submitted to the College of Business Office of Student Services no later than March 15 for admission in the following Fall semester, and no later than October 15 for admission in the following Spring semester. Application forms are available at the College of Business Office of Student Services.
The minor can be completed with 21 to 22 credits, assuming the appropriate prerequisite courses have been taken. All courses must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a grade of C or higher.
Transfer Credit Policy for Students in the Minor.
Students may apply a maximum of nine transfer credits toward the Business Minor.
Requirements for the Minor
1. BUS 111 or BUS 112
2. Six courses from the following (four courses must be 300 level or higher): BUS 210; BUS 215; BUS 220; BUS 294; BUS 301; BUS 330; BUS 325 OR POL 319; BUS 340; BUS 346; BUS 348; BUS 351; BUS 353 or BUS 383; BUS 354; BUS 390; BUS 391; BUS 393; BUS 440; ECO 108
MBA Fast Track Information Sessions:
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- Wednesday, February 25 at 1:00 pm
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