Rohrer College of Business @ Rowan University
Minor in Business Administration
The Minor in Business is a program of study serving two groups of students in non-business majors. The first group are those who wish to reinforce their employment credentials by taking several business courses. A Minor in Business provides students with a strong and credible program. Many large corporations recognize the importance of a strong background in the liberal arts and sciences. In addition, these corporations look for entry level business skills. The Minor in Business provides these skills.
The second group of students are those who plan to do graduate work in Business.
Many students find they can enhance their promotion opportunities with an advanced degree in Business. Some students choose the Minor in Business realizing that the minor contains courses which many colleges require for their MBA programs.
Requirements (Prerequisites in Parentheses)
- Lower Division
- Legal Environment of Business
- Principles of Accounting I (Completion of 24 semester hours)
- Principles of Accounting II (Principles of Accounting I)
- Principles of Marketing (College Composition I or Intensive College Composition I, and completion of 12 credit hours)
- Upper Division (Lower Division must be completed first)
- Organizational Behavior (Completion of 57 semester hours)
- Principles of Finance (Calculus Techniques and Applications or equivalent, Statistics I, Principles of Accounting I, Principles of Accounting II, Introduction to Economics: A Macroeconomic Perspective, Introduction to Economics: A Microeconomic Perspective, and completion of 57 semester hours )
- Operations Management (Calculus Techniques and Applications or equivalent, Statistics I, and completion of 57 semester hours )
- Complete the general education courses, maintaining a 2.5 GPA in these courses, for acceptance into the minor.
- Complete the application and make an appointment with the Program advisor.
- Meet with the Minor Program Advisor, Ms. Karen T. Siefring, before registering for upper division business courses.