The College of Business Administration offers two Business minors: Business Administration and Professional Business.
The Professional Business Minor provides a general introduction to business concepts and prepares a student to enter many graduate business programs (including the Winthrop MBA Program) upon undergraduate degree completion. A student will be able to complete the Winthrop MBA Program in four semesters (including summers).
The Minor consists of 21-24 hours:
ACCT 280 and ACCT 281
ECON 215 and ECON 216
QMTH 205 (A statistics course from your major may substitute).
Computer proficiency is required. A minimum grade of C- is required in each course.
The Business Administration minor provides a solid base knowledge of business that nicely augments many university majors. Many students choose this minor because they are interested in owning or operating a business in the future.
The minor in business administration consists of 18 hours:
Two of the following: MGMT 321, MKTG 380, FINC 311
Two of the following, one of which must be above 299: ACCT 281, CSCI 207, ECON 215, ECON 216, HCMT200, QMTH 205 or any course above 299 in ACCT, BADM, ECON, ENTR, FINC, HCMT, MGMT, or MKTG.
Proficiency in computer applications required, equivalent to the level required for the successful completion of CSCI 101 and three from CSCI 101 A, B, C or P.