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Minor in Business Administration


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Minor in Business Administration  

The Business & Economics department will offer a Minor in Business Administration to provide students recognition for specialized study in fundamental areas of business. This minor is appropriate for students across many different majors who wish to supplement their education with an understanding of business concepts that can be applied in the workplace. Topics include the areas of accounting, economics, business law, the role of business in society, applied business ethics, and basic concepts in management and marketing. 

This minor is not available for students majoring in Business Administration. 



Required Courses Pre-requisite(s)
ACCT215: Principles of Accounting I None (Sophomore standing recommended)
                     ACCT220: Principles of Accounting II        ACCT215
BUAD160: Business in Society Any general education Core 6 course
                 BUAD260: Business Law I ACCT220 or ECON220
ECON220: Principles of Microeconomics None
ECON225: Principles of Macroeconomics None
MGMT260: Fund. of Management & Marketing BUAD160, ECON220
TOTAL: 21 credits


Sample 3-semester Course Sequence:

                                               Semester 1:
   BUAD160: Business in Society
   ECON220: Principles of Microeconomics
Semester 2:
   ACCT215: Principles of Accounting I
   ECON225: Principles of Macroeconomics
Semester 3:
   ACCT220: Principles of Accounting II
   BUAD260: Business Law I
   MGMT260: Fundamentals of Management & Marketing