Minors in Business

A student majoring in a non-business degree may pursue a minor in the following areas:

 

Business Administration

Economics

Entrepreneurship

Personal Finance

Promotion

 

  Business Administration Minor Requirements

2005-2014 Catalogs:

18 hours including:

  • Accounting 2000 or 2010*
  • Economics 1020
  • Management 3150
  • Finance 3000 or 3020*
  • Marketing 3130
  • One additional elective course* from the College of Business at the 2000-level or higher, excluding MGT 2110. 
    (Business administration courses begin with ACC, ETR, FIN, MGT, MKT or BUS.)

 *requires prerequisites outside of the minor requirements. Please refer to the most current catalog for prerequisites.

 

2015 Catalog:

Business Administration Minor Requirements

18 hours including:

  • Accounting 2000 or 2010*
  • Economics 1020
  • Management 3150
  • Finance 3000
  • Marketing 3130
  • Three hours chosen from one of the following:
    Accounting 2020*
    Management 2120* 
    Business Administration 3350
    3/4000 level elective* from the College of Business 
    (Business courses begin with ACC, ECON, ETR, FIN, MGT, MKT or BUS.)

*requires prerequisites outside of the minor requirements. Please refer to the most current catalog for prerequisites.

 

Recommended Course Sequence for

Business Administration:

  FALL SPRING
FRESHMAN    
SOPHOMORE ECON 1020 ACC 2000 OR 2010*
JUNIOR FIN 3000 MGT 3150
SENIOR MKT 3130 MINOR ELECTIVE

 

Notes: Junior standing (60 earned hours) required to take any 3/4000 level business courses.
*requires prerequisites outside of the minor requirements. Please refer to the most current catalog for prerequisites.

 

Economics Minor Requirements

18 hours including:

  • Economics 1010 and 1020
  • 12 hours of any 3/4000 level economics course

Recommended Course Sequence for

Economics:

  FALL SPRING
FRESHMAN    
SOPHOMORE ECON 1020 ECON 1010
JUNIOR 3/4000 ECON ELECTIVE 3/4000 ECON ELECTIVE
SENIOR 3/4000 ECON ELECTIVE 3/4000 ECON ELECTIVE

 

 

Entrepreneurship Minor Requirements

18 hours including:

  • Entrepreneurship 3400 and 4300/3500
  • Accounting 2000
  • Finance 3000
  • Management 1030 or Entrepreneurship 1010
  • Marketing 3130*

 *requires prerequisites outside of the minor requirements. Please refer to the most current catalog for prerequisites.

 

Recommended Course Sequence for

Entrepreneurship:

  FALL SPRING
FRESHMAN   MGT 1030/ETR 1010
SOPHOMORE (ECON 1020) ACC 2000
JUNIOR FIN 3000 MKT 3130
SENIOR ETR 4300/3500 ETR 3400

Notes: Junior standing (60 earned hours) required to take any 3/4000 level business courses.
  (  ) denotes a prerequisite course to a required minor course.

 

Person Finance Minor Requirements (2018 catalog)

18 hours including:

  • Accounting 2000* and Finance 3000* or only Finance 3020
  • Finance 3010, 3370 and 3710
  • Three to six hours chosen^ from the following:
    Finance 3180, 3210, 3900r**, 4030
    Business Administration 4120
    Economics 3240, 3250, 4370
    Entrepreneurship 3400

*ACC 2000 and FIN 3000 will not apply to the requirements for business majors.
**Only available to business majors.
^ Some courses may have prerequisites not covered by the minor.

 

Recommended Course Sequence for

Personal Finance:

  FALL SPRING
FRESHMAN    
SOPHOMORE (ECON 1010
or 1020 w/C)
ACC 2000*
JUNIOR FIN 3000* w/c
or FIN 3020
FIN 3010
FIN 3370
SENIOR FIN 3710 3-6 hours of Minor Electives^

 

Promotion Minor Requirements

18 hours including:

  • Marketing 3130
  • Marketing 3610
  • Marketing 3620
  • Marketing 3650
  • Marketing 4420
  • Marketing 4500*

 

Recommended Course Sequence for

Promotion:

  FALL SPRING
FRESHMAN
(MGT 1000)
(MATH 1130)
(ECON 1020)
SOPHOMORE (MGT 2110) (MGT 2120)
JUNIOR MKT 3130 MKT 3610
SENIOR
MKT 3620
MKT 4420 (fall only)
MKT 3650
MKT 4500*

 

Notes: Junior standing (60 earned hours) required to take any 3/4000 level business courses.
*requires prerequisites outside of the minor requirements. Please refer to the most current catalog for prerequisites.
(  ) denotes a prerequisite course to a required minor course.

 

Please note the following about minoring in ANY business minor:

  • Students majoring in business can not minor in business.
  • All students must meet current prerequisites prior to enrolling in any business course.
  • Additional coursework may be required to meet current prerequisites.
  • Prerequisites are based on the current catalog year.
  • A minimum of 8 hours must be completed at the 3000-4000 level.
  • A minimum of 2.0 grade point average must be maintained in the minor.
  • Students not seeking a major in business may complete no more than 30 hours of course work in the College of Business.