The interdisciplinary business minor introduces students to a variety of fundamental business skills and knowledge.
Why pursue a minor in business?
All workplace environments, whether for-profit or nonprofit, are affected by economics, ethics, and public policy. Students of all majors may one day find themselves in management or leadership positions where they are responsible for budget, financial, marketing or personnel decisions. A business minor helps students to expand their knowledge of economics, finance, management and other areas of business administration that may benefit them no matter what their chosen career.
Requirements for the Business Minor (BSBCC): 22-23 credits
Prescribed Courses: 10 credits
ACCTG 211 (4), MGMT 301 (3), MKTG 301 (3)
Additional Courses: 6-7 credits
Select 3 credits from ECON 002 GS(3) or ECON 004 GS(3)
Select 3-4 credits from B A 241 (2) and B A 242 (2) or B A 243 (4); MIS 204 (3), SCM 200 GQ(4) or STAT 200 GQ(4)
Note: A student who receives credits for B A 243 may not receive credit for either B A 241 or B A 242.
Supporting Courses and Related Areas: 6 credits
Select 6 credits at the 400 level in consultation with your adviser and the approval of the director of the business minor.More information on the Business Minor (BSBCC), requirements, and courses may also be found in the University Bulletin.
Students interested in pursuing a minor in business can apply on eLion if in a baccalaureate major.
For more information on the Business Minor at Penn State Greater Allegheny, contact the campus program coordinator, Ms. Bernie Cerasaro (email@example.com) or 412-675-9165.
Introduction to Business (BA 100) students visit a local coffee roaster as part of a project on the global coffee industry.
- Business program information