Minors

Get the Most Out of Your Education by Adding a Specialization to Your Degree Portfolio

A minor is a secondary area of interest you can choose to include with your major focus of study. You have the opportunity to add a minor in the Bachelor of Science in Management and Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science programs.

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Why should I add a Minor?


Bachelor of Science (BS) in Management

Minors for the BS in Management all require 15 credits.

Students may elect to replace these five major courses with one of the minors that follow:

COM 423    Group Dynamics: Teambuilding, Negotiation, and Conflict Management

HRM 460    Labor and Management Relations

MGT 445    Corporate Training and Development

MGT 477    Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship

MGT 481    Service Excellence

General Studies Minor

For students who want the ultimate opportunity for customization, they can create a minor from courses in all depts.to build a unique area of expertise. 

  • 300/400 level course
  • 300/400 level course
  • 300/400 level course
  • 300/400 level course
  • 300/400 level course

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Behavioral Science

Minors for the BA in Behavioral Science all require 15 credits.

Accounting Minor

For students who want additional depth in accounting but retain the broad social sciences foundation.

Business Minor

For students interested in general management as a complement to broaden their exposure to business.

General Studies Minor

For students who want the ultimate opportunity for customization, they can create a minor from courses in all depts.to build a unique area of expertise.

Human Resource Management Minor

For students interested in more direct application of behavioral studies to focus on human resource management.

Information Technology Minor

For students who plan to leverage information technology skills in their management careers.