The minor in Business and Entrepreneurship is available to students who wish to add to their knowledge of business for personal edification or for professional purposes, but not open to College of Business majors. Please note that for non-business majors, no more than 30 hours of courses offered by the College of Business may be counted toward completion of degree requirements.
and one of the following:
- MGMT 3023 Principles of Human Resource Management
- MGMT 4063 Entrepreneurial Development
- MGMT 4213 Strategy and Leadership
- MKT 3163 Consumer Behavior
- MKT 4053 Sport and Event Marketing
*for many majors ECON 2013 Principles of Economics II can be used to satisfy 3 hours of the general education social science requirement.
**in order to take the upper division (3000-4000 level) MKT and MGMT courses, a non-business major must have completed 54 hours including all 2000 level courses listed above and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
The minor in Business Data Analytics is designed to give non-BDA majors knowledge and skills in data analytics applicable to their own major. Recent advances in technology have made it possible to easily collect large amounts of data. This minor allows students to capitalize on this data, perform various data analysis techniques, and create visualizations to communicate the results for making decisions and guiding actions. The minor in Business Data Analytics requires 18 hours of courses:
- BDA 2003 Business Problem Solving
- BDA 3013 Business Spreadsheet Modeling
- BDA 3053 Business Data Analysis
- BUAD 2053 Business Statistics, PSY(SOC) 2053 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences or STAT 2163 Introduction to Statistical Methods
and 6 hours from the following:
- BDA 3003 Data Analytics Apps Development
- BDA 3033 Data Modeling and Management
- BDA 4073 Special Topics
- ECON 3093 Econometrics
- MGMT 3113 Business Process Improvement
- MGMT 4203 Project Management
- MKT 3153 Marketing Research and Analysis
The minor in General Business is available to students who wish to add to their knowledge of business for personal edification or for professional purposes, but not open to College of Business majors. Please note that for non-business majors, no more than 30 hours of courses offered by the College of Business may be counted toward completion of degree requirements.
Take the following: