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Minors and Concentrations

Choosing an Emphasis

Students in the Clark H. Byrum School of Business can choose to add a concentration or minor to their chosen field of study by using their electives to take courses in another discipline or focus area. Since students in all of our majors take a set of common core classes during the first two years of study, it is very easy to change majors within the business school during this time.

Singular Approach

Regardless of major or whether a concentration/minor is pursued, all students will experience a hands-on approach to learning about business that connects values, leadership and action. First and foremost, we are focused on preparing students to be innovative, ethical leaders who can make a difference in whatever industry or area of business they choose to enter. 



Contact Us

If you have any questions on majors or minors contact: 
Thomas Gjerde - Assistant Dean 

Minor-available to students with a major other than Business

Business.  18 credits consisting of BUS 109 and BUS 209.

 


 

Minors and Concentrations-available to students with a School of Business major

Minor in Accounting.  24 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209, ACC 250, 310, FIN 111 and 6 credits of electives from ACC 320, 321, 430, 431, 440, 455, FIN 311, MIS 320.

Minor in Finance.  24 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209, FIN 111, 311, ACC 250 and 6 credits of electives from FIN 350, 356, 357, 360, 411, 420, 455, ACC 430, MIS 320.

Business in Sports Concentration.  18 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209 and 9 credits from BUS 303, 311, 348, ECN 321, second internship in field, with School of Business approval.

Entrepreneurship Concentration.  18 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209, 262 and 6 credits from BUS 344, 358, 372, FIN 111, ACC 250, second internship in field, with School of Business approval.

Human Resource Management including.  18 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209 and 9 credits from BUS 351, 352, 358, 361, 362, 363, second internship in field, with School of Business approval.

Management Information Systems Concentration.  18 credits beyond BUS 109 including BUS 209 and 9 credits from MIS 290, 310, 317, 320, 330, second internship in field, with School of Business approval.


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