Business Administration Minor

Our minor in Business Administration provides you with a set of workplace skills to complement the discipline-specific knowledge you gain in your major. Through the minor, you engage in coursework in Management, Marketing, Financial Accounting and Economics.

The 18-credit program also allows you the flexibility to choose two or more electives, so that you can tailor the program to best-serve your professional goals. Whether you aspire to a career in marine biology, health care, psychology, communications or a wide range of other fields, understanding how a market works will help you succeed.

Elective Possibilities For Your Careers And Interests

A Career in Health Care

  • Health Economics (ADV)
  • Social Entrepreneurship (ADV)
  • Nonprofit Management*
  • Health Care Organization and Management*
  • Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management

A Career in Communications

  • Advertising
  • Sales Management
  • Marketing Strategy*
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business and Society Relations

A Career in the Nonprofit World

  • Social Entrepreneurship (ADV)
  • Nonprofit Management*
  • Business and Society Relations
  • Leadership
  • Human Resource Management

A Career in the Financial Sector

  • Financial Concepts and Skills
  • Money, Credit and Banking
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Investments

Starting your Own Business

  • Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management
  • Advertising
  • Human Resource Management
  • Money, Credit and Banking
  • Legal Environment of Business

A Career in Psychology

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business and Society Relations
  • Leadership
  • Health Economics (ADV)
  • Social Entrepreneurship (ADV)

A Career in Marine Biology or Environmental Studies

  • Sustainable Entrepreneurship
  • Environmental Economics (ADV)
  • Ecological Economics
  • Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management
  • Social Entrepreneurship (ADV)

An International Career

  • International Management
  • Global Marketing
  • Global Economics
  • Business and Society Relations
  • Organizational Behavior

* Indicates Course is Currently Being Developed 

To learn more about the program, see Curriculum or visit the Catalog.