Arts major? Poli Sci? English? No matter what your major is, employers in every field are looking for people who have backgrounds in business. The Lubar College of Business offers a General Business Minor to provide professional development for students from all majors.
As a Business Minor, you’ll take courses that examine many facets of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, management, information systems, and economics, to help you graduate with the business knowledge and skills you’ll need in today’s marketplace.
All required courses in the program and many of the electives are offered in both online and in-person formats — choose what’s most convenient for you!
Most students spread out the 29-credit coursework over their academic career. Our advisors would be happy to help you plan out your schedule.
Business Minor (30 credits)
ECON 103 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 104 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUS ADM 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
BUS ADM 210 Introduction to Management Statistics (or equivalent)
BUS ADM 230 Introduction to Information Technology Management (or equivalent)
BUS ADM 330 Organizations
BUS ADM 350 Principles of Finance
BUS ADM 360 Principles of Marketing
BUS ADM 370 Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Students pursuing the Business Minor can find additional requirements and course descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog. Program Checklists and 4-Year Plans can be found on the Undergraduate Student Services MyLubar Resources page.