MINOR PROGRAMS OF STUDY FOR THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (2012-2013):
Students can choose to complete a minor in any of the following areas in business.
Accounting Minor – A minimum of 12 credit hours in Accounting, to include ACC 311, ACC 318 and 341 and three hours of other upper-level accounting courses. Choose from among ACC 312, 348, 412, 418, 448 or 400-level Special Topics. Students must receive a grade of “C” in prerequisite courses to advance.
Economics Minor – A minimum of 15 credit hours in Economics, with no more than six of those hours earned at the 200 level.
Entrepreneurship Minor – A minimum of 15 credit hours to include – Required Courses: ACC 215, ACC 216 (ACC 310 for non-business majors only), MGT 360, MGT 461, and MKT 340. [Completion of ACC 215 and 216 may substitute ACC 310 for non-business majors only]; and one Elective Course: FIN 380; LE 366; MIS 350; MKT 231; or an internship in Entrepreneurship.
Finance Minor – A minimum of 12 credit hours in Finance, to include FIN 323, plus six hours from among FIN 321, 343, 370; plus three hours taken in any of the discipline’s 400-level courses.
Management Minor – A minimum of 12 credit hours, to include MGT 320 and 422, plus six hours of 400 level MGT courses (excluding MGT460).
Management Information Systems Minor – A minimum of 12 credit hours to include MIS 290 and MIS 340, plus six hours from among the 300/400 level MIS courses (excluding MIS 475).
Marketing – A minimum of 12 credit hours, to include MKT 340 and nine hours of MKT.
Risk Management and Insurance – A minimum of 12 credit hours to include FIN 321 and FIN 329, plus six hours from FIN 405 and SFT 235.