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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Minors Programs:

Business Minor

Computer Science Minor

Economics Minor

Entrepreneurial Studies Minor

Management Information Systems Minor

Academic Programs in Business


MINORS PROGRAMS


Business Minor

ACCT 210, Principles of Accounting I (3 credits)
ACCT 211, Principles of Accounting II (3 credits)
BADM 101, Survey of Business (3 credits)
BADM 350, Legal Environment of Business (3 credits)
MIS 205, Advanced Computer Applications (3 credits)
Approved 300-400 level Business or Economics elective: 3 credits

Total 18 credit hours


Computer Science Minor

The Computer Science minor is designed to prepare students to meet career goals associated with the information technology field.  The last decade has seen tremendous growth in the application of technology across the economy.  This minor will prepare students to participate in that growth.

CSC/MIS 150, Computer Science I (3 credits)
    CSC/MATH 373, Computer Mathematics/Intro to Numerical Analysis (3 credits)
Choose one of two programming courses: 3-4 credits
    MATH 121, Survey of Calculus (4 credits)
    MATH 123, Calculus I (4 credits)
    MATH 315, Linear Algebra (3 credits)
    MATH 316, Discrete Mathematics (3 credits)
Choose electives from among the following: 8-9 credits
    CSC 130, Visual Basic Programming (3 credits)   
    CSC 140, Web Programming (3 credits)
    CSC 160, Programming .NET with Visual Basic (3 credits)
    CSC/MIS 250, Computer Science II (3 credits)
    MATH 381, Introduction to Probability and Statistics (3 credits)
    MATH 471, Numerical Analysis I (3 credits)
    MIS 332, Structured Systems Analysis and Design (3 credits)
    MIS 371, Survey of Data Structures (3 credits)

Students may choose one of the following as part of the elective courses: (Students may want to consider enrolling ARTD 231, a fundamentals course, before registering for listed ARTD courses)
    ARTD 333, Web Page Design (3 credits)
    ARTD 334, Digital Photography (3 credits)
    ARTD 435, Digital Video Design (3 credits) 

Total 18 credit hours

Elective courses may not be counted for both a computer science minor and any other major or minor.  For instance, a student desiring both the computer science minor and a management information systems minor should select different electives.  Similarly, a mathematics student should select electives outside of mathematics for the computer science minor.  Some of the electives have prerequisites, which may put some of them out of reach for some students.


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Economics Minor

BADM/ECON 220, Business Statistics (3 credits)
ECON 201, Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
ECON 202, Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)
Approved 300-400 level Economics electives (9 credits)
 
Total 18 credit hours


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Entrepreneurial Studies Minor

BADM 334, Small Business Management (3 credits)
BADM/ENTR 336, Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
BADM 370, Marketing (3 credits)
BADM/ENTR 438/538, Entrepreneurship II (3 credits)
BADM 474, Personal Selling (3 credits)
BADM 489, Business Plan Writing & Completion (1 credit)
Choose one of the following: 3 credits
     ACCT 210, Accounting I (3 credits)
     ACCT 211, Accounting II (3 credits)
     ACCT/BADM 406/506, Accounting for Entrepreneurs (3 credits)
     ACCT 520, Foundations of Accounting (3 credits)

Total 19 credit hours


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Management Information Systems Minor

CSC 130, Visual Basic Programming (3 credits)
MIS 332, Structured Systems Analysis and Design (3 credits)
MIS Electives - choose four: 12 credits
     ACCT 360, Accounting Systems (3 credits)
     CSC 140, Web Programming (3 credits)
     CSC 273, Computer Mathematics with Excel and VBA (3 credits)
     MIS 150, Computer Science I (3 credits)
     MIS 210, Web Authoring (3 credits)
     MIS 250, Computer Science II (3 credits)
     MIS 325, Management Information Systems (3 credits)
     MIS 484, Database Management Systems (3 credits)
     MIS 250, Computer Science II (3 credits)
     MIS 335, Telecommunications and Networks for Business (3 credits)
     MIS 371, Data Structures (3 credits)
     MIS 384, Decision Support Systems (3 credits)
     MIS 461, Programming Languages (3 credits)
     MIS 484, Database Management Systems (3 credits)

Choose one as part of elective courses. Students may want to consider enrolling in ARTD 231, a fundamentals course, before registering for the listed ARTD courses.
     ARTD 333, Web Page Design (3 credits)
     ARTD 334, Digital Photography (3 credits)
     ARTD 338, Digital Video Design (3 credits)
 
Total 18 credit hours


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