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Non-business majors are limited to one business minor. Each minor consists of 9-12 credits.


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 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 GPA of 2.0 or more in the courses included in the minor. Eligibility to declare such a minor is restricted to students who have an overall GPA of 2.0 or more at 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 liberal arts minor.

Required course
Introduction to Business for Non-Business Majors

1 credit

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

Entrepreneurship   (3 courses)
Entrepreneurship Management  (MGT 3860)3 credits

Plus two of the following:
Entrepreneurial Experiences   (MGT 4862)3 credits
Family Business Management   (MGT 4867)3 credits
Critical Conversations for Entrepreneurs: Selling and Negotiating3 credits
Social Entrepreneurship   (MGT 4864)3 credits

Human Resources   (3 courses)

Psychology Majors 
Fundamentals of Management3 credits
Human Resource Management3 credits

Plus one elective
The Management of Compensation3 credits
Employee Development and Training3 credits
Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining3 credits
Conflict Management Procedures3 credits

Other Non-Business Majors
Fundamentals of Management3 credits
Management: A Behavioral Approach3 credits
Human Resource Management3 credits

International Business   (3 courses
International Business Principles3 credits
Law and International Business3 credits
International Supply Chain Management3 credits
International Economics and Finance3 credits
International Trade Operations3 credits

Law & Business   (3 courses)
Law and the Computer3 credits
Law and International Business3 credits
Law of Commercial Negotiation and Dispute Resolution3 credits
Securities Law and Business Crime3 credits
Law of Unfair Competition and Intellectual Property3 credits
Law and the Environment3 credits
Employment Law3 credits
Law and the Entertainment Business3 credits
Real Estate Law and Institutions   (LAW 3301)3 credits

Marketing (3 courses
Marketing Foundations3 credits
International Business Principles3 credits
Internet Marketing3 credits
Business Marketing Management3 credits
Marketing Channels3 credits

Real Estate   (3 courses
Real Estate Law, Markets and Institutional Settings3 credits
Decision Making in Real Estate Markets3 credits
Building Cities: Markets and Government3 credits
Real Estate Management3 credits
Real Estate Construction Process: Building, Cost and Management Issues3 credits

Statistics and Quantitative Modeling   (3 courses)
Business Statistics II3 credits
Regression and Forecasting Models for Business Applications3 credits
Quantitative Decision Making for Business I3 credits
Quantitative Methods for Accounting3 credits
Object-Oriented Programming I3 credits

Technology, Business and the Internet   (3 courses
Law and the Computer3 credits
Internet Marketing3 credits
Object-Oriented Programming I3 credits
Spreadsheet Applications in Business3 credits
e-Business Technologies3 credits
Database Management Systems I3 credits
Principles of Web Design3 credits
Systems Analysis and Design3 credits

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