Many non-business students have expressed an interest in business courses that will better prepare them to enhance their non-business education in a business or government environment. The College of Business Administration has designed a broad-based schoolwide minor to meet these needs. The minor in Business provides a solid foundation in accounting and finance, and complements these with coverage of management, marketing, production, and business computer information systems. Non-business students desiring more information should contact the Student Success Center of the College of Business Administration. The student should formally enroll in the minor before taking courses. A Minor Advisor is available to assist students.
The student must complete required courses to fulfill the requirements for a minor in Business.
Personal Computer Proficiency must be demonstrated by satisfying one of the following alternatives: 1) CIS 1010 or 2) an approved college course. There are no units associated with the Personal Computer Proficiency Test. If the test is passed, then students must complete 3 units in elective courses.