Business Fundamentals Minor

Business Fundamentals
Lucy Gilson, Associate Professor, teaches a business class on March 4, 2013.

Students majoring in the School of Business may not earn this minor. Students may only earn one minor offered by the School of Business. Students who are not majors in the School of Business are restricted to no more than 24 credits of coursework offered by the School of Business.

Requirements

To receive a minor in Business Fundamentals, a student must complete five (5) 3 credit, 3000-4000 level courses offered by the School of Business. BADM 2710 (or ACCT 2101) may be counted in place of one 3000-4000 level course and is the only 2000-level course which may count toward the minor.

Four of the courses used to meet the minor must be selected from the following courses: BADM 2710 (or ACCT 2101); BADM 3720 (or BLAW 3175); BADM 3730 (or FNCE 3101); BADM 3740 (or MGMT 3101); BADM 3750 (or MKTG 3101); BADM 3760 (or OPIM 3103).

Credits from internships cannot be used to satisfy requirements of the Business Fundamentals minor.

Courses designed for students pursuing this minor can be found in the Business Administration (BADM) course description section of the Catalog. Other courses offered to business majors may be available to students pursuing a Business Fundamentals minor, but students will typically require departmental permission to register for those classes. Students should also note that they must meet all prerequisites for those classes. Access to courses for this minor is on a space available basis, and the School of Business cannot guarantee completion of this minor.

The minor is offered by the School of Business. For more information, contact the Office of Undergraduate Advising, School of Business, room 248, or phone (860) 486-2315.

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