Minors

The College of Business offers minors in accounting and business for non-business majors, as well as economics and information systems. Courses required for each minor are listed below.

Accounting (20 hours)

If you are earning a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, you may not also minor in accounting.

Business Course Requirements (16 hours)

Course Credits
Accounting 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
Accounting 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
Accounting 305 Intermediate Accounting I 3
Accounting 311 Cost Accounting 3
Statistics 213 Statistical Methods I (prerequisite for ACCT 311) 4


Math Course Requirement (4 hours)

Complete one of the following.

Course Credits
Math 119 College Algebra (prerequisite for ACCT 201 and STAT 213;
may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 124 Calculus
(may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 132 Calculus II 4
Math 202 Calculus III 4

 

Business (22 hours)

This minor is only for students who are not majoring in a degree offered by the College of Business.

Business Course Requirements (18 hours)

Course Credits
Accounting 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
Economics 200 Survey of Economics 3
Business 230 Business Law and Ethics I 3
Finance 201 Principles of Finance 3
Marketing 201 Principles of Management 3
Marketing 201 Principles of Marketing 3


Math Course Requirement (4 hours)

Complete one of the following.

Course Credits
Math 119 College Algebra (prerequisite for ACCT 201 and STAT 213;
may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 124 Calculus
(may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 132 Calculus II 4
Math 202 Calculus III 4

 

Economics (23 hours)

If you are earning a Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in applied economics and finance, you may not also minor in economics.

Business Course Requirements (19 hours)

Course Credits
Economics 221 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Economics 222 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Economics 321 Macroeconomics for Business 3
Economics 322 Managerial Economics 3


Math Course Requirement (4 hours)

Complete one of the following.

Course Credits
Math 119 College Algebra (prerequisite for ACCT 201 and STAT 213;
may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 124 Calculus
(may also be completed as part of your General Education Requirements)
4
Math 132 Calculus II 4
Math 202 Calculus III 4


Economics Course Requirement (3 hours)
Complete any one upper-division (300/400-level) economics course.

 

Information Systems (19 hours)

If you are earning a Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in information systems, you may not also minor in information systems.

Business Course Requirements (16 hours)

Course Credits
Information Systems 153 Introduction to Information Systems 3
Information Systems 281 Spreadsheet and Data Analysis 3
Information Systems 315 Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture and Design 3
Information Systems 316 Information Systems Security and Ethics 3
Statistics 213 Statistical Methods I (Prerequisite for IS 281) 4


Elective Course (3 hours)
Complete one of the following.

Course Credits
Information Systems 241 Introduction to Web Development 3
Information Systems 343 Database Management Systems 3
Information Systems 420 Systems Analysis and Design 3
Information Systems 430 Advanced Web Development 3
Information Systems 435 Network Infrastructure Design 3
Information Systems 460 Project Management 3

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