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Business Pathways

The Business Pathways courses may count up to nine hours as electives toward the Undergraduate Business Minor. Picking a pathway is not required and will not show up on your degree audit. Instead, students are encouraged to pursue a pathway when it supports their academic interests.

Electives courses may have prerequisites; students should check the course catalog to confirm.

There are seven pathways, or collections of courses, to choose from when picking electives:

Entrepreneurship

  • ENGM 3600 Technology-Based Entrepreneurship
  • MGRL 2300 Entrepreneurship: The Business Planning Process
  • MGRL 3300 Entrepreneurial Challenge
  • MGRL 3841 Directed Study: Entrepreneur Studio
  • SOC 3206 Creativity and Innovation in Society

Ethics

  • HODC 3232 Ethics for Human Development Professionals
  • PHIL 1100 Introduction to Business Ethics
  • PHIL 3609 Ethics and Business

Finance & Accounting

  • ECON 2300 Money and Banking
  • ECON 3200 Public Finance
  • ECON 3300 Financial Instruments and Markets
  • ECON 3610 International Finance
  • FNEC 2600 Managerial Accounting
  • FNEC 2705 Advanced Corporate Finance
  • FNEC 3605 Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • FNEC 3700 Investment Analysis
  • FNEC 3705 Financial Management
  • FNEC 3710 Corporate Valuation

Marketing & Advertising

  • ENGM 3200 Technology Marketing
  • MGRL 3200 Advanced Marketing

Operations

  • ENGM 3000 Enterprise Systems Design
  • ENGM 3650 Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • ENGM 3700 Project Management
  • MGRL 2200 Data Analysis and Presentation

Organizational Effectiveness

  • CMST 2120 Organizational and Managerial Communication
  • HODI 3240 Effectiveness in International For-Profit Organizations
  • HODL 3204 Leadership Theory and Practice
  • HODL 3224 Analyzing Organizational Effectiveness
  • HODL 3234 Advanced Organizational Theory
  • HODL 3244 Introduction to Human Resource Development
  • HODL 3254 Human Resource Management
  • HODL 3264 Evidence-Based Practice in Organizations
  • HODL 3274 Managing Organizational Change
  • HODL 3314 Strategic Planning and Project Management
  • PSY 3605 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • SOC 3615 Human Behavior in Organizations

Strategy

  • ECON 2160 Strategic Analysis
  • ECON 3250 Industrial Organization
  • ECON 4260 Game Theory with Economic Applications
  • MGRL 2200 Data Analysis and Presentation
  • MGRL 3105 Negotiation
  • MGRL 3110 Business Management
  • MGRL 3255 Corporate Strategy