Business Administration (Minor)
Minor in Business Administration
The George Dean Jr. College of Business and Economics offers a variety of minor courses, including business administration, business and entrepreneurship, and economics. Students that decide to pursue a minor in Business Administration will enjoy learning about subjects such as macroeconomics, accounting, marketing, and finances.
Students not pursuing a business degree may earn a maximum of 29 semester hours in College of Business and Economics courses, excluding ECON 221, 222, 291 and 292, providing they meet the course prerequisites and have attained junior standing (60 semester hours earned) before enrolling in 300-level and above courses.
For more information, visit the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics.