Minor in Business
The business minor has the same rigor and content as the fundamental courses taken by business students. It provides flexibility in undergraduate studies and better prepares students for jobs and for graduate school. The business minor includes courses that are highly complementary. For most students, the requirements for the business minor are far more valuable than a similar number of courses in one or two areas.
Students can use only 3 transfer credit hours (or one course) to fulfill business minor requirements. This includes AP/IB credit or transfer credit taken at another institution. If you have transfer credits you are using to fulfill a minor requirement, please email email@example.com to have this added to your minor degree audit.
15 of the 18 hours must be taken in residence. A cumulative 2.0 GPA in all business courses and those required for the business minor is required. See a business advisor for questions regarding the business minor.
|ACCTCY 2010||Introduction to Accounting||3|
|or ACCTCY 2026||Accounting I|
|or ACCTCY 2036||Accounting I|
|or ACCTCY 2136H||Honors Accounting I|
|ECONOM 1014||Principles of Microeconomics (3)||3-5|
|or ABM 1041||Applied Microeconomics|
|or ABM 1042||Applied Macroeconomics|
|or ECONOM 1000||General Economics for Journalists|
|or ECONOM 1014H||Principles of Microeconomics-Honors|
|or ECONOM 1015||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|or ECONOM 1015H||Principles of Macroeconomics - Honors|
|or ECONOM 1051H||General Economics - Honors|
|MANGMT 3000W||Principles of Management - Writing Intensive||3|
|or MANGMT 3000||Principles of Management|
|or MANGMT 3000H||Principles of Management - Honors|
|FINANC 2000||Survey of Business Finance||3|
|or FINANC 3000||Corporate Finance|
|MRKTNG 3000||Principles of Marketing||3|
|or MRKTNG 3000H||Principles of Marketing - Honors|
|Business Elective (any Trulaske College of Business courses Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Management or Marketing above 3000 level)||3|