Minor in Business Management
Stony Brook University's Sustainability Program offers a minor in Business Management, offered through Stony Brook University's College of Business.
With a focus on environmental sustainability, the Stony Brook University Sustainability Program's minor in Business Management can provide you with a solid foundation of essential business concepts and applications. Courses will explore such important business topics as leadership, ethics, consumer behavior, operations management, and financial accounting.
The program will provide you with the education needed to enter many of the rapidly growing fields related to sustainability. Disciplines in demand include pollution prevention specialists, geographic information system specialists, natural resource managers, fundraisers, land-use planners, environmental consultants, conservation biologists, entrepreneurs, business managers, among many others! The minor in business management will prepare you for some of the most exciting careers of the 21st century.
Students may declare the minor any time during their academic career provided that their cumulative grade point average is 3.10 or higher.
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.
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1. BUS 112: Introduction to Business and Environmental Sustainability
2. Six courses from the following (four courses must be 300 level or higher):BUS 210: Financial Accounting
BUS 215: Introduction to Business Statistics
BUS 220: Introduction to Decision Sciences (formerly Management Science)
BUS 294: Principles of Management
BUS 301: Corporate Communications
BUS 330: Principles of Finance
BUS 340: Information Systems in Management
BUS 346: Management & Operations
BUS 348: Principles of Marketing
BUS 351: Human Resource Management
BUS 353: Entrepreneurship
BUS 354: Understanding Business Agreements
BUS 390: Special Topics in Business Management
BUS 391: Management of Sports Organizations
BUS 393: Principles of Project Management
BUS 440: International Management
ECO 108: Introduction to Economics
POL 319: Business Law