The Business Administration minor provides the conceptual foundations necessary to analyze current issues in business. Essential courses in accounting, MIS, management and marketing combine theory and practice to build a strong knowledge base of core business processes. Advanced business topics allow students to develop knowledge in a specific area. The Business Administration minor complements many majors and provides an opportunity for students to examine and evaluate the complex components of today’s competitive business environment.
Requirements for the Business Administration Minor
Eighteen (18) credits are required. Business Administration (BUAD) 105, 131, 152, 300, 310, and one additional upper-level (300 or 400) Business Administration course excluding 350, 353, 381, and 490.