The business minor is designed to provide the non-business student with an understanding of the essentials of business methods and practices. Students in communication, mass media, computer information systems and other areas find that the business minor helps them to understand the business content that they will face as they begin their careers.
Students must successfully complete a total of 21 hours as specified below.
AC224 Financial Accounting
EC200 Principles of Microeconomics
EC201 Principles of Macroeconomics
of the following:
BU342 Organization and Management
BU345 Human Resources
BU346 Organizational Behavior
Nine additional hours from accounting, business, or economics, including six hours at the upper-division level.
(EC200 and 201 count as part of the university's general education program.)