The Minor in Business Administration prepares students for career opportunities and advancement in business and industry by developing their practical managerial skills, communication skills, and business decision-making capacity.
This degree is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional areas of a business or industry and their interconnection, while also allowing for specialization in at least two other fields of study within the division of business.
Students must complete 12 hours from one major and six hours from two additional major areas selected from the following: accounting, healthcare administration, information systems, management, and marketing.
There are numerous career opportunities for those who obtain a bachelor’s degree in business administration in a variety of different sectors including education, government, and private business and retail. They include (but are not limited to): sales, accounting, human resources, advertising, marketing, management, consulting, finance, real estate, information systems and entrepreneurship.
Choose any seven of the following:
Legal Environment of Business
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Management & Production
Management Information Systems
Business Statistical Methods I
Business Statistical Methods II