Management Minor

College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences

For information contact Timothy Kearney, PhD

An understanding of management styles and techniques can benefit anyone who will be involved in organizational life. Opportunities and advancement in one’s chosen field often will be enhanced by documented study of the skills required for success. This minor is well suited to individuals in any area of endeavor.

Course Sequence

ACC 101

Principles of Accounting I

3

BUS 208

Principles of Management

3

BUS 360

Management of Human Resources

3

Select one course from the following:

ACC 311

Managerial Accounting

3

BUS 205

Macroeconomics

3

BUS 206

Microeconomics

3

BUS 207

Contemporary Economics

3

BUS 269

Principles of Marketing

3

BUS 306

Organizational Management

3

BUS 307

Management Science

3

BUS 420

Small Business Management

3

BUS 415

International Business

3

Total 18 credits; students majoring within the business department must take at least nine credits beyond the major in order to earn the minor.

See Accounting Course Descriptions; Business Course Descriptions.