Business Administration Minor
The business administration minor is designed for students who seek a basic exposure to and understanding of business. The program serves as an introduction to business-related career fields and practices.
Courses in the business administration minor focus on organizational theory and behavior, economics, accounting and marketing, and allow each student to select additional courses from any of the business administration emphases to meet his/her interests and needs.
Graduates possessing a bachelor of arts degree (in any subject) with a minor in business administration possess knowledge that is useful in a variety of careers in business, missions, churches and non-profit organizations.
General Education and Other Prerequisites
- ECON-105 Principles of Economics (4)
Required Courses (6 Courses, 18 Units)
- ACCT-210 Accounting for Non-Business Majors (3)
- MGT-350 Organizational Theory (3)
or MGT-355 Organizational Behavior (3)
- MKT-300 Principles of Marketing (3)
Select three other advanced business administration courses (9 units).