Business Administration Minor

The business administration minor (18 credits) provides students a foundation and builds on that with a higher level study of the functional areas of business. Capping off the minor is BUS 311 or BUS 324 which develops integrative knowledge of business.

  • Apply appropriate and effective use of technology for organizations.
  • Communicate effectively through the delivery of written and oral presentations.
  • Synthesize managerial practice with stakeholder theory and socially responsible decision making.
  • Demonstrate effective leadership skills in a variety of settings.
  • Understand the social, financial, environmental, legal, political and global issues facing contemporary organizations.
  • Use critical thinking skills to understand and apply problem solving strategies and techniques for organizational and individual decision making.
  • Demonstrate professionalism within the context of the work environment.

Business Enviroment

  • Complete one of the following:
Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
3

Integrative

  • Complete one of the following:
    • Note: BUS 205 is a pre-requisite for BUS 308, BUS 311, and BUS 324.
Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
3

Minor Policy

  • Minors may be declared any time before the completion of the drop/add period in the first term of the senior year or before completion of 87 credit hours, whichever comes later.
  • Successful completion of at least one course in the minor is a prerequisite to such declaration.
  • Only two of the required minor courses may also count toward major or another minor’s requirements. 
  • One-half of the required credits for the minor must be completed at Sage.
  • GPA in Minor required (minimum): 2.200 or higher
Total credits:
18

Overview

Program

Type

Minor