Minor in Business Administration & Management

Changes to this program will take effect in the 2020–2021 academic year.

The minor in Business Administration & Management is designed for the student who wants a general introduction to the concepts and functions of business. Students complete a set of three foundational courses and then have the ability to select four electives to complete the minor, with flexibility for individual intellectual interests.

The following three courses (10 credits) are required for the minor:

  • QST SM 131 Business, Ethics & the Creation of Value (4 cr)
  • QST SM 132 Measuring Financial Value (2 cr)
  • QST AC 221 Financial Accounting (4 cr)

Students then select four electives from the following list to complete the minor:

  • CAS EC 101 Introductory Microeconomic Analysis
  • CAS EC 102 Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis
  • QST AC 222 Managerial Accounting
  • QST ES 275 Management Communication
  • QST FE 200 Principles of Finance
  • QST IM 345 Global Business Environment
  • QST IS 223 Introduction to Information Systems
  • QST IS 474 Platform Strategy and Design
  • QST LA 245 Introduction to Law
  • QST MK 200 Principles of Marketing
  • QST MK 445 Consumer Insights
  • QST MO 221 The Dynamics of Leading Organizations
  • QST MO 442 Leading High-Performance Teams and Project Groups
  • QST MO 448 Negotiations
  • QST MO 456 Leadership and Management of Social Enterprises
  • QST MO 460 Leadership
  • QST OM 453 Project Management
  • QST OM 465 Improving Quality: Six Sigma Certification
  • QST PL 350 The Psychology of Decision Making: Implications for Business and Public Policy
  • QST PL 425 Introduction to the Health Sector: Issues and Opportunities
  • QST PL 430 The US Healthcare System in Transition
  • QST QM 221 Probabilistic & Statistical Decision Making for Management
  • QST QM 222 Modeling Business Decisions and Market Outcomes
  • QST SI 250 Ideas to Impact
  • QST SI 352 Innovation & the Dynamics of Enterprise in America (IDEA)
  • QST SI 451 Organizing for Design and Innovation
  • QST SI 453 Strategies for Environmental Sustainability
  • QST SI 475 Global Management Experience
  • QST SI 480 The Business of Technology Innovation

Students must earn a grade of C– or higher in each course taken toward the minor and must take 26 credits in the Questrom School of Business to fulfill the minor’s residency requirement.