Minor in Management
School of Business and Justice Studies
The minor in management is designed to allow students who are majoring in other areas to explore the field of management in an organized and coherent way. Skills in organizing and managing groups can be an important preparation for careers in business, non-profit, and public organizations.
Total credit hours required for minor: 21
|Accounting 201||Financial Accounting||3|
|Economics 131||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|Management 101||Introduction to Contemporary Business||3|
|Management 201||Principles of Business Management I||3|
|Management 202||Principles of Business Management II||3|
|Choose two of the following courses:||6|
|Business Law 301||The Legal Environment of Business|
|Finance 333||Corporation Finance|
|Management elective||Any 300- or 400-level Management course|
|Marketing elective||Any 300- or 400-level Marketing course|
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"There is no question that my careers at GE and Rubbermaid wouldn't have worked out without the foundation that UC gave me." "I chose business as a major for the financial background it gave me. My UC degree gave me the opportunity to build my career at General Electric, where I spent 31 years, ending up as senior vice-president of corporate marketing and sales. I then went on to run Rubbermaid for six years and ended up as CEO. There is no question that the GE career and the Rubbermaid career wouldn't have worked out without the foundation that UC gave me."
Walter Williams '61