Fundamental Business Principles for Non-Business Students

The business administration (BA) minor is designed to provide an opportunity for non-business students to examine and evaluate the complex components of today's competitive business environment. The BA minor gives you a clear understanding of how business works, and, ultimately, gives you a strategy for using business as a tool to achieve your professional and personal goals. The BA minor will provide you with a wide spectrum of fundamental business principles to give you a head start in the right direction.

The BA minor is not available to Tabor School of Business majors.

Required Courses (15 credits)

  • AC230 Introduction to Financial Statements
  • EC120 Principles of Economics
  • IS240 Foundations of Information Systems
  • MG300 People & Performance
  • MK200 Principles of Marketing

Electives - pick 2 (6 credits)

  • IB330 International Business
  • ET340 Foundations of Entrepreneurship
  • MG340 Human Resource Management
  • MG342 Training and Technology in Organizations
  • MG345 Leading Organizational Change
  • MG370 Operations Management*
  • MG377 Supply Chain and Logistics*
  • MK308 Consumer Behavior and Analytics
  • Or other course as approved by Tabor Dean

*Course may require a pre-requisite

Business Administration Minor Sheet Fall 2019