Students who are majoring outside the School of Business Administration Business Programs may benefit from an opportunity to take a series of courses in business to enhance their academic programs. To provide this option, the School of Business Administration (SBA) has approved a series of structured minor programs that provide a sequence of courses that will enrich other disciplines, can be monitored by the administrative staff, and meet AACSB guidelines.
Students outside the School of Business Administration Business Programs may not take more than 24 credits in business (excluding EC 101 and EC 202 , which count toward the general education requirement).
Students working toward a minor in business must take at least 15 credits from the School of Business Administration Business Programs (residency requirement).
Sustainable development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Students interested in managing or knowing more about the network of dependent relationships that exist between the environment, the economy, and the culture, and understanding that these interrelationships exist on the local, regional, national, and global levels may choose to minor in sustainability management.