Business Essentials for Engineering Majors
The 18-credit Business Minor for Engineering Majors is designed to help prepare engineering students to interact with general managers in their engineering careers, as well as to pursue advanced study in business or engineering management.
The minor will help prepare engineering students to interact with general managers in their engineering career and to pursue advanced study in business or engineering management.
Required (15 credits)
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|3250:244||Introduction to Economic Analysis||3|
|6400:220||Legal and Social Environments of Business||3|
|6200:201||Accounting Principles I||3|
|6500:301||Management: Principles and Concepts or 6600:205 Marketing Principles||3|
|6400:301||Principles of Finance||3|
Electives (3 credits)
|4100:400||Engineering Management and Leadership||3|
|4200:110, 210, 310, or 410||Project Management & Teamwork I, II, III, IV (1 credit each; courses must be taken in sequence)||3|
|6400:302||Intermediate Corporate Finance||3|
|Total Credits Required||18|
The program is accredited at the highest possible level by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The College of Business Administration is considered to be one of the best business schools by Princeton Review and ranked in the top 6 percent of all undergraduate programs by BusinessWeek.
You will work in teams on real-world business cases, applying your classroom knowledge to help solve problems faced by local businesses.
Business Administration Student Organizations:
- Beta Gamma Sigma - an honorary fraternity
- Delta Sigma Pi - a professional fraternity
- Student Speaking Association (SSA)
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