Undergraduate Business Programs

Minors

 

General Business
Accounting

Finance

International Business

Logistics & Operations Management
Management

Marketing

IS

Transportation Studies

MINOR IN GENERAL BUSINESS
(Available Only to Students Seeking Non-Business Degrees)
See also general rules for minor below.

Students must successfully complete five of the following courses:

INFSYS 1800 Computers and Information Systems
ACCTNG 2400 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
BUS AD 2900 Legal Environment of Business
LOG OM 3320 Introduction to Operations Management
FINANCE 3500 Financial Management
MGMT 3600 Management and Organizational Behavior
MKTG 3700 Basic Marketing

MINOR IN ACCOUNTING
(Not available to BSA Students)

Accounting Area Web Page
See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

ACCTNG 2400 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
ACCTNG 2410 Managerial Accounting and

three of the following courses:

ACCTNG 3401 Financial Accounting and Reporting I
ACCTNG 3402 Financial Accounting and Reporting II
ACCTNG 3411 Cost Accounting
ACCTNG 3421 Acct. Info Systems & Spreadsheet Appl
ACCTNG 3441 Income Taxes
ACCTNG 3451 Acct. for Governmental & Nonprofit Entities
ACCTNG 4401 Financial Accounting and Reporting III
ACCTNG 4402 Financial Accounting and Reporting IV
ACCTNG 4435 Auditing
ACCTNG 4441 Business Income Taxation

MINOR IN FINANCE
(Not available to BSBA students)

Finance Area Web Page
See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

FIFNANCE 3500 Financial Management and

four of the following courses:

FINANCE 3501 Financial Policies
FINANCE 3502 Treasury Management
FINANCE 3503 Computer Applications in Finance
FINANCE 3520 Investments
FINANCE 3521 Financial Risk Management
FINANCE 3525 Practicum in Investments
FINANCE 3540 Financial Services Industry & Instruments
FINANCE 3541 Commercial Bank Management
FINANCE 3542 Principles of Real Estate
FINANCE 3560 Personal Financial Planning
FINANCE 3561 Principles of Insurance
FINANCE 3562 Life Insurance & Employee Benefits
FINANCE 3563 Retirement Planning & Employee Benefits
FINANCE 3564 Estate Planning and Trusts
FINANCE 3580 International Finance
FINANCE 3590 Practicum in Finance

MINOR IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
(Not available to BSIS Students)

IS Area Web Page
See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

INFSYS 2800 Information Systems Concepts and Applications

Four elective courses (from the following list). At least three of the courses must be 3000-level IS courses.


INFSYS 3806 Managerial Applications of Object- Oriented Programming INFSYS 3807 Legacy Systems
INFSYS 3810 Information systems Analysis
INFSYS 3815 Object Oriented Applications in Business (C++)
INFSYS 3816 Managerial Applications of Object Oriented Programming II
INFSYS 3841 Enterprise Information Systems
INFSYS 3842 Management of Telecommunications
INFSYS 3843 Decision Support Systems for Business Intelligence
INFSYS 3844 Developing Business Applications in .NET
INFSYS 3845 Database Management Systems
INFSYS 3846 E-commerce
INFSYS 3847 Web Design
INFSYS 3848 Security and Information Systems
ACCTNG 3421 Computer Applications in Accounting
FINANCE 3503 Computer Applications in Accounting
MKTG 3721 Marketing and the Internet
INFSYS 4850 Information Systems Design

A pre-approaved course from Computer Science. Among those already approved are:

CMP SCI 2210 The C Programming Language
CMP SCI 2700 Computer Organization & Architecture
CMP SCI 2710 Computer Systems Programming
CMP SCI 4300 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Seminars and Independent Studies are restricted to those offered by and approved by the Area faculty and approved by the Area Coordinator.

INFSYS 3898 Independent Study in Information Systems
INFSYS 3899 Seminar in Information Systems Management

Minor Requirements are SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Check with your advisor for the latest updates.

* May be used if it was not used to satisfy the preceding programming course requirement.

MINOR IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
(Not available to BSBA students)

International Business Web Page
See also general rules for minors below.

The minor in International Business is available to all students except those pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with an Emphasis in International Business.

Students must complete any 5 courses in International Business:

BUS AD 3980 The Law of International Business Transactions
FINANCE 3580 International Corporate Finance
FINANCE 3581 Business in China
FINANCE 3582 International Investments
LOG OM 4381 International Logistics and Operations Management
MGMT 3680 International Management
MGMT 3682 Managing the Global Workforce
MGMT 3684 The Japanese Management System
MGMT 3685 Role of the Global Corporation
MKTG 3780 International Marketing
MGMT 4689 International Strategic Management

MINOR IN LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
(Not available to BSBA students)

LOM Area Web Page
See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

LOG OM 3320 Introduction to Operations Management and

four of the following courses:

*INFSYS 3806 Managerial Applications of Object-Oriented Programming I
INFSYS 3843 Decision Support Systems
*INFSYS 3844 End-User Computing for Business Applications
LOG OM 4312 Business Forecasting
LOG OM 4320 Productions & Operations Management
LOG OM 4322 Lean Production in Manuf. & Service Operations
LOG OM 4324 Service Operations Management
LOG OM 4326 Quality Assurance in Business
LOG OM 4330 Business Logistics Systems
LOG OM 4350 Operations Research
LOG OM 4354 Operations Research II

*No more than one of these programming courses may be counted toward the minor.

MINOR IN MANAGEMENT
(Not available to BSBA students)

See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

MGMT 3600 Management & Organizational Behavior
MGMT 3611 Advanced Management & Organizational Behavior and

three of the following courses:

MGMT 3621 Human Resources Management
MGMT 3622 Industrial and Labor Relations
MGMT 3680 International Management
MGMT 3623 Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Cross-listed as PSYCH 3318)
MGMT 3624 Employee Training and Development
MGMT 3682 Managing the Global
MGMT 3684 Japanese Management System
MGMT 3685 Role of Global Corporation
MGMT 4614 Entrepreneurship
MGMT 4689 International Strategic Management

MINOR IN MARKETING
(Not available to BSBA students)

See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

MKTG 3700 Basic Marketing and

four of the following courses:


MKTG 3710 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3720 Management of Promotion
MKTG 3721 International Marketing
MKTG 3740 Marketing Research
MKTG 3741 Quantitative Marketing Methods
MKTG 3750 Sales Management
MKTG 3760 Business-to-Business Marketing
MKTG 3770 Introduction to Transportation
MKTG 3771 Traffic and Transportation
MKTG 3780 International Marketing
MKTG 3798 Topic: Aviation in American Life
MKTG 3798 Topic: Domestic Transportation
MKTG 3798 Topic: Economic in Transportation
MKTG 3798 Topic: Railroads in American Life
MKTG 3798 Topic: Seminar in International Marketing
MKTG 4700 Marketing Management

MINOR IN TRANSPORTATION STUDIES

See also general rules for minors below.

Students must successfully complete:

MKTG 3770 Introduction to Transportation
MKTG 3771 Traffic and Transportation Management

Plus three additional courses selected from:

MKTG 3700 Basic Marketing
MKTG 3790 Internship in Marketing
MKTG 3798 Topic: Aviation in American Life
MKTG 3798 Topic: Domestic Transportation
MKTG 3798 Topic: Economics of Transportation
MKTG 3798 Topic: Railroads in American Life
MKTG 3799 Independent Study in Business Administration*
LOG OM 3320 Intro to Operations Management

*No more than one approved independent study course may count towards the minor.

GENERAL RULES

The following requirements apply to the minors in Accounting, Finance, Logistics & Operations Management, Management & Organizational Behavior, Management Information Systems, Marketing & Transportation and must be met in order to complete the minors: