The above-mentioned minors are intended to provide a business background for students not enrolled in the College of Business Administration. These minors are not available to students in the College of Business Administration.

Minor in Business Administration

Required Courses

BUAD 1060Business Applications: Basic Business Analytic Tools 11
BUAD 2100Accounting and Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors3
ECON 1001Introduction to Economics3
MANA 3001Behavior and Organization3
INSY 3001Introduction to Information Systems3
MARK 3001Introduction to Marketing3
OSCM 3001Operations and Supply Chain Management3
Statistics 23
Total Credit Hours22

 NOTE:

  • A C grade or better must be earned in each course except BUAD 1060 Business Applications: Basic Business Analytic Tools where a student must earn a grade of S.
  • Only one course may transfer in for the business minor; the assistant dean in the College of Business Administration must approve any transfer of credits.

Minor in Human Resources

Required Courses

BUAD 2100Accounting and Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors3
or ACCO 1030 Principles of Financial Accounting
ECON 1103Principles of Microeconomics3
or ECON 1001 Introduction to Economics
HURE 3001Management of Human Resources3
Statistics 13
Three of the following HURE electives:9
Diversity in Organizations
Behavior and Organization
Negotiations and New Ventures
Employment Law
Employee Benefit Systems
Strategic Compensation and Rewards
Staffing Organizations
Talent and Development
International Human Resources Management
Topics in Human Resources
Seminar in Human Resources
Human Resources Internship for Minors - Grading Period
Total Credit Hours21
  • A grade of C or better must be earned in each course.
  • Only one transfer course can apply toward the HURE minor. The assistant dean in the College of Business Administration must approve any transfer of credits.

The College of Business Administration offers a special five-year program, which enables students to earn a minor in human resources as part of their undergraduate degree and a master of science in human resources (M.S.H.R.) degree. For information, consult the Graduate School of Management bulletin or the director of the M.B.A. in Human Resources program at (414) 288-3643.

Minor in Information Systems

Required Courses

BUAD 2100Accounting and Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors3
or ACCO 1030 Principles of Financial Accounting
ECON 1103Principles of Microeconomics3
or ECON 1001 Introduction to Economics
Statistics 13
INSY 3001Introduction to Information Systems3
INSY 4052Database Management Systems3
INSY 4158Systems Analysis and Design3
One of the following:3
Business Applications Development
Project Management
Emerging Technologies
Web-based Applications
Information Systems Governance
Enterprise Systems in Supply Chain Management
Global Technology Experience
Topics in Information Systems
Seminar in Information Systems
Total Credit Hours21

NOTE:

  • A grade of C or better must be earned in each course.
  • Only one transfer course can apply toward the INSY minor. The assistant dean in the College of Business Administration must approve any transfer of credits.

Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Required Courses

ECON 1001Introduction to Economics 13
or ECON 1103 Principles of Microeconomics
ENTP 3001Understanding Entrepreneurship3
BUAD 2100Accounting and Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors3
or ACCO 1030 Principles of Financial Accounting
ENTP 4010New Venture Creation3
Statistics 23
One of the following business electives:3
Consulting to Entrepreneurs
Topics in Entrepreneurship
Motivation and Leadership
Negotiations and New Ventures
Introduction to Information Systems
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Introduction to Marketing
International Enterpreneurial Sustainability
Applied Experiential Course (AEC) 33
Entrepreneurship Internship for Minors - Grading Period
Total Credit Hours21
  • A grade of C or better must be earned in each course.
  • Only one course may transfer in for the business minor; the assistant dean in the College of Business Administration must approve any transfer of credits.

Minor in Marketing

Required Courses

ECON 1103Principles of Microeconomics3
or ECON 1001 Introduction to Economics
MARK 3001Introduction to Marketing3
MARK 4060Marketing Research3
Statistics 13
Three marketing electives9
Total Credit Hours21
  • A C grade or better must be earned in each course.
  • Only one transfer course is allowed toward the MARK minor.  The assistant dean in the College of Business Administration must approve any transfer of credits.

 

Minor in Operations Supply Chain Management

Required Courses

BUAD 2100Accounting and Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors3
or ACCO 1030 Principles of Financial Accounting
ECON 1001Introduction to Economics3
or ECON 1103 Principles of Microeconomics
OSCM 3001Operations and Supply Chain Management3
Statistics 13
Two of the following:6
Manufacturing Planning and Control
Service Management
Quality and Process Management
Purchasing and Supply Management
Global Logistics Management
Globalization and Global Operations
Enterprise Systems in Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Analytics
Applied Procurement
Applied Lean Six Sigma
Topics in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Seminar in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Total Credit Hours18

NOTE:

  • A grade of C or better must be earned in each course.
  • A limit of one transfer course can apply toward the OSCM minor.