Effective for the 2022-23 catalog, the MGMT subject code was changed to MENT.
This minor creates an opportunity for School of Business students to develop essential management skills in entrepreneurial thinking, creativity and innovation, teamwork, leadership, managing diversity, international business, and negotiation in complex business environments.
This minor is only open to students enrolled in the School of Business (not open to Management majors). Refer to the School of Business section of this catalog for restrictions on Business minors.
To receive a minor in Management, a student must complete five (5) 3-credit, 3000/4000-level courses offered by the School of Business to include: MENT 3101 (or BADM 3740) and MENT 4900 (or MENT 4902); and three additional 3-credit, 3000/4000-level MENT courses.
Credits from internships may be used to satisfy one of the three additional 3-credit, 3000/4000-level MENT courses for the minor. Courses taken through the Education Abroad program and accredited at the MENT 3000/4000 level may satisfy the requirements of this minor. No more than one 3-credit course used to satisfy requirements for this minor may be from transfer credits earned.
Courses designed for students pursuing this minor can be found in the Management (MENT) course description section of the Undergraduate Catalog. Students should note they must meet all class prerequisites. 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 Management Department, by email or by phone at 860-486-3638.