Program Minors

You may want to be a part of the business school, but you don’t exactly want to make it a full-time priority. You can minor in one of our specializations, and this can be a great option for you. Keep in mind that you must complete all courses with a C or better, and no more than 6 credits can be transferred over from another university into the Andreas School of Business.

Minor in Business

(21 credits; approval of Assistant Dean, School of Business)

Co-requisites MAT 152, CS 180

  • BUS 181 Introduction to Business (3)
  • ACC 201 Financial Accounting (3)
  • ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3
  • BUS 315 Introduction to Information Systems (3)
  • MGT 305 Organizational Behavior and Management (3)
  • MKT 306 Principles of Marketing (3)
  • Choice of one Business elective approved by the Assistant Dean of the School of Business (3)

Total Hours: 21

Minor in Economics

(18 credits; approval of Assistant Dean, School of Business)

Required Courses

  • ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
  • ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
  • ECO 301 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (3)
  • ECO 302 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3)

Plus any two courses selected from those listed below, being careful that pre-requisite sequences are satisfied.

  • ECO 300 Special Topics in Economics
  • ECO 316 Financial Markets and Institutions (3)
  • ECO 326 International Economics (3)
  • ECO 406 Political Economy of Development (3)
  • ECO 441 Introductory Econometrics (3)
  • ECO 470 Industrial Organization (3)
  • ECO 471 Open Economy Macroeconomic Development (3)

Total Hours: 18

Minor in Management

(21 credits not including course prerequisites; approval of Assistant Dean, School of Business)

  • BUS 181 Introduction to Business (3)
  • MGT 305 Organizational Behavior (3)
  • MGT 309 Organizational Communication (3)
  • MGT 352 Human Resources Management (3)
  • MGT 355 Conflict & Negotiation (3)
  • MGT 420 Leadership (3)
  • MGT 428 Entrepreneurship (3)

Total Hours: 21

Minor in Marketing

(21 credits not including course prerequisites; approval of Assistant Dean, School of Business)

Co-requisites: MAT 152, CS 180

  • MKT 306 Principles of Marketing (3)
  • MKT 371 Personal Selling (3)
  • MKT 381 Marketing Research (3)
  • MKT 385 Consumer Behavior (3)
  • MKT 490 Marketing Management Strategy (3)

Plus any two courses selected from those listed below and apporved by the Assistant Dean, School of Business:

  • MKT 466 International Marketing (3)
  • MKT 467 Retail Management
  • MKT 486 Advertising and Promotional Strategies