Declaring a minor provides students the opportunity to have an additional, University recognized, field of study. While a minor offers less depth than a major, it provides an opportunity to demonstrate additional learning toward a career path or profession. Moreover, minors allow a student to pursue their passion in a specific area of interest.
A minor in a professional area, such as business, provides knowledge experiences and skill sets to complement major areas and provide strengths needed for many careers. The right combination of major and minor often helps a job seeker look like the ideal candidate.
Business Administration Minor
Specialized Minor in Business Administration
Nonprofit Leadership Minor
See Undergraduate Coordinator, Juanita Reed, for information about the Specialized Business Minor in Marketing