The business foundations minor is designed to provide a foundation in business concepts, operations and practice. The program consists of six courses (18 hours) that may be taken by non-business students in good academic standing.
Students may select from one of two tracks within the minor, but may not combine courses across tracks.
General prerequisites for both tracks
Completion of the university core mathematics and economics requirements. ACCT 2010 and ACCT 2020 are prerequisites for all upper-division (3000- and 4000-level) business courses. ECON 1110 is strongly recommended.
General business track
This track is directed toward students who desire a broad grounding in the various business disciplines. Required courses include:
Three hours chosen from any 3000- or 4000-level business courses (subject to all course prerequisites)
MBA preparation track
This track is designed for students who are considering continuing their studies in an MBA program. The courses on the list will meet many of the leveling requirements required of non-business majors entering an MBA program. Required courses include: