Understanding the basics of business is key to helping your organization achieve its goals. As a business administration minor, you'll demonstrate to employers that you're ready to pitch in and contribute from day one.
Why This Program & What You'll Learn
Writers are businesspeople.
Doctors, lawyers and social workers are businesspeople.
In fact, if you have a job, understanding how business works will prepare you to help your organization achieve its goals.
Over eight classes, you'll build a foundation of business knowledge. You'll learn about accounting, macroeconomics, finance, marketing and more.
The knowledge you gain will put you in a position to understand why your organization makes the decisions it does. And you'll be able to offer solutions to challenges and opportunities on the horizon.
You can pair this minor with any major outside the College of Business Administration.
The business administration minor will:
- Offer active-learning experiences through client projects to complement any major.
- Help you speak the language of business and understand the foundation of any organization.
- Provide skills and knowledge employers rate as most important for your career in any industry: communication, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking.
- Prepare you for business graduate degrees, such as an MBA.
Careers & Outcomes
The business administration minor is designed specifically for non-business majors. That knowledge will give you an edge when you're looking for a job.
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