Undergraduate Curriculum

New Business Minors for Non Business Majors

New Business Minors for Non Business Majors (9 credits)

Description:
Students in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences or in the School of Public Affairs who wish to take business courses may do so by declaring a second minor in business. Before declaring the minor, they must choose one of the following tracks, and complete either Bus 1001 (1 credit) or have previously completed Bus 1000 (3 credits). To be awarded the minor, students must have a 2.0 minor G.P.A. Eligibility to declare such a minor is restricted to students who have an overall G.P.A. of 2.0 or more at the time they declare the minor. Courses that apply to the minor may not be used for any other requirement. These minors do not fulfill the requirement to complete a Tier III minor.

*Keep in mind that most courses have pre-or-co-requisites.

Required course:

BUS 1001

Students must choose 3 courses from one of the following tracks:

Entrepreneurship (3 courses)
MGT 3960 (3860) Entrepreneurship Management 3 credits
Plus two of the following:
MGT 4961 (4862) Entrepreneurial Experiences 3 credits
MGT 4962 (4867) Family Business Management 3 credits
MGT 4968 Critical Conversations for Entrepreneurs: Selling and Negotiating 3 credits
MGT 4969 (4864) Social Entrepreneurship 3 credits
Human Resources (3 courses)
a. Psychology majors
MGT 3120 Fundamentals of Management 3 credits
MGT 4400 Human Resource Management 3 credits
Plus one elective
MGT 4420 The Management of Compensation 3 credits
MGT 4430 Employee Development and Training 3 credits
MGT 4460 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining 3 credits
MGT 4480 Conflict Management Procedures 3 credits
b. Other non-business majors
MGT 3120 Fundamentals of Management 3 credits
MGT 3300 Management: A Behavioral Approach 3 credits
MGT 4400 Human Resource Management 3 credits
International Business (3 courses)
MKT 3400 International Business Principles 3 credits
LAW 3111 Law and International Business 3 credits
MKT 4460 International Supply Chain Management 3 credits
ECO 3250 International Economics and Finance 3 credits
MKT 4410 International Trade Operations 3 credits
Law & Business (3 courses)

Choose any three courses (9 credits) from the 3000-level courses offered by the Law Department offerings (subject to satisfaction of prerequisites).

Marketing (3 courses)
MKT 3000 Marketing Foundations 3 credits
MKT 3400 International Business 3 credits
MKT 4511 Marketing Channels 3 credits
MKT 4555 Internet Marketing 3 credits
MKT 4700 Business Marketing Management 3 credits
Real Estate (3 courses)
RES 3000 Real Estate Law, Markets and Institutional Settings 3 credits
RES 3100 Decision Making in Real Estate Markets 3 credits
RES 3650 Building Cities: Markets and Government 3 credits
RES 3700 Real Estate Management 3 credits
RES 3800 Real Estate Construction Process: Building, Cost and Management Issues 3 credits
Statistics and Quantitative Modeling (3 courses)
STA 3154 Business Statistics II 3 credits
STA 3155 Regression and Forecasting Models for Business Applications 3 credits
OPR 3450 Quantitative Decision Making for Business I 3 credits
OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accounting 3 credits
CIS 3100 Object-Oriented Programming I 3 credits
Technology, Business and the Internet (3 courses)
LAW 3108 Law and the Computer 3 credits
MKT 4555 Internet Marketing 3 credits
CIS 3100 Object-Oriented Programming I 3 credits
CIS 3367 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 credits
CIS 3444 E-Business Technologies 3 credits
CIS 3400 Database Management Systems I 3 credits
CIS 3630 Principles of Web Design 3 credits
CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 credits