An Accounting minor will allow you to develop a strong foundation in accounting beyond the introductory level. A deeper understanding of key financial concepts that affect all organizations will benefit students, as they seek careers in business or become entrepreneurs. A minor in accounting does not qualify you to sit for the CPA exam.
Students who choose to partake in the study of Business Administration as a minor will be taught the basic concepts and essential topics needed to understand and participate in the field of business.
A minor in Economics gives students insight into economic principles and the analytic tools needed to understand the role of economics in different markets, business cycles, and fiscal and monetary policy.
A minor in Finance gives students insight into principles and the analytic tools needed to understand the role of finance in organizations. When you enter the workforce, you’ll understand the information needed to determine project feasibility, product pricing, and profitability.
A minor in Hospitality Management will help you become a successful professional in this industry. You will combine core business analytical skills with well-developed “people skills” necessary to offer a superior guest experience.
Human Resource Management
It's often stated that an organization's greatest resource is its employees. Students have the opportunity to learn how to manage this resource, thereby increasing overall organizational effectiveness and efficiency.
More business transactions take place across national boundaries than ever before and that ascending trend is likely to continue in the foreseeable future. A minor in International Business provides students with the skills, knowledge and attitude required to thrive in today's global environment.
Students learn the basics of management theory and the different approaches corporations, not-for-profits, and entrepreneurial organizations apply to succeed in the current economic environment. This minor is especially appropriate for students with non business majors.
A minor in Marketing provides students with a broad understanding of marketing concepts, and the application of marketing theories in a variety of business situations. Students have the opportunity to study marketing applications in a variety of areas including: social media, consumer behavior, advertising, brand management, sales, and marketing research.
A Sport Management minor allows students to explore the many applications of sport management including, marketing and promotions, facility and event management, recreation and coaching, and socio-cultural and legal issues. Learning to evaluate the role sports play in our culture is a vital component in the field of sport management.