Social Responsibility and Impact in Business Minor

This minor is designed to offer a basic understanding of the role of business and government in environmental and social responsibility. This minor is available to all students, with the exception of students majoring in Marketing.


Four 3-credit 3000-4000 level BLAW (HRTS/BADM/MKTG) courses are required. Business students should register for the BLAW sections; Human Rights majors should register for the HRTS sections; other non-Business majors should register for the BADM sections.

The four required courses are: BLAW 3175 (BADM 3720); BLAW 3252 (HRTS/BADM/MKTG 3252); BLAW 3254 (HRTS/BADM/MKTG 3254); and one 3-credit 3000-4000 level BLAW course (with the exception of BLAW 4899) or any one 3-credit 3000-4000 BADM or HRTS course cross-listed with a BLAW course.

BLAW 3252 (HRTS/BADM/MKTG 3252) and BLAW 3254 (HRTS/BADM/MKTG 3254) must be taken in residence at the University of Connecticut.

A minimum of nine credits for this minor must be earned in residence at the University of Connecticut. Education Abroad courses may not be used to meet this residency requirement.

Students must meet all prerequisites before registering for a course. Access to courses for this minor is on a space available basis, and the School of Business cannot guarantee completion of this minor. Students may require departmental permission to register for courses in the minor. Refer to the School of Business section of this catalog for restrictions on Business minors and limits on the number of Business courses available to non-Business students.

The minor is offered by the School of Business.