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Minors

Minors for Business Majors

Students of business degrees may pursue a minor beyond their first DB&E major. A minor is earned when the student has completed an additional 12-15 credit hours of coursework in the minor area (as dictated per minor) in addition to completing all degree requirements for the student’s first major. Note that each required major course will satisfy the requirements for only one of the student’s majors, minors, or emphasis areas. Minors for business students may be earned in one of the following business areas:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Human resource management
  • Marketing
  • Sport management

Minors for Non-Business Majors

Students pursuing undergraduate majors in fields other than those offered by DB&E may declare a minor in one of the following business areas by completing 21-30 credit hours of coursework (as dictated per minor) in one of the following business areas:

  • Accounting
  • Business administration
  • Finance
  • Human resource management
  • Marketing
  • Sport management

Accounting
27 credit hours
Students interested in pursuing a minor in accounting must complete the following courses: ACCT 21010, ACCT 21011, ACCT 31020, ACCT 31040, ACCT 41050, ECON 23020, MIS 24000, and MTH 14100. Students must also complete either ACCT 31021 or ACCT 41030.

Minor in Accounting Catalog Link

Business Administration
24 credit hours
Students from majors outside of the Division of Business & Entrepreneurship may earn a minor in business administration by completing the following courses: ACCT21010, ECON 23020, FIN 32000, HRM 36510, MGMT 26032, MRKT 35010, MGMT 36043, and MTH 14100. Note that prerequisite coursework may be required prior to enrollment in minor courses.

Minor in Business Administration Catalog Link

Finance
27 credit hours
Students interested in pursuing a minor in finance must complete the following courses: ACCT 21010, ECON 23020, ECON 23030, FIN 32000, FIN 32010, FIN 32020, FIN32050, and MTH 14100. Students must also complete either ENTR 47510 or INTL 48020.

Minor in Finance Catalog Link

Human Resource Management
27 credit hours
Students interested in pursuing a minor in human resource management must complete the following courses: ECON23020, HRM 36500, HRM 36510, HRM 36530, HRM36540, MIS 24000, MGMT 26032 and MTH 14100. Students must also complete one of the following courses: HRM 26590, HRM 36520, HRM 36550, HRM 36590, or HRM 46590. 

Minor in Human Resource Management Catalog Link

Marketing
27 credit hours
Students interested in pursuing a minor in marketing must complete the following courses: ACCT 21010, ECON 23020, MGMT 26032, MRKT 35010, MRKT 35020, MRKT 35030, MRKT 35040, MRKT 35050, and MTH 14100. 

Minor in Marketing Catalog Link

Sport Management
27 credit hours
Students interested in pursuing a minor in sport management must complete the following courses: ACCT 21010, ECON23020, MGMT 26032, MRKT 35010, MTH 14100, SPMGT 27020, SPMGT 37040, SPMGT 37050, and SPMGT 37060.

Minor in Sport Management Catalog Link


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