In addition to the minors offered in Management, Marketing, Computer Information Systems, Accounting, and Business Education, the Dahl School of Business offers the following majors. Course requirements for each minor can be found in the student catalog.
Business Administration Minor
The business administration minor provides non-business students with broad exposure to the major foundational areas of business. This minor is designed to supplement the student’s non-business major by instilling many of the business aptitudes that employers and graduate schools are looking for in candidates. Also, it is ideal for learners desiring to own their own organization/business/practice. Students declaring majors offered through or in conjunction with the Dahl School of Business, including arts administration and business education, cannot declare the business administration minor. The Dahl School of Business will review requests for waivers of course prerequisites for minor requirements on a case-by-case basis.
Legal Studies Minor
The purpose of the legal studies minor is to provide students, who are majoring in any academic subject, an opportunity to further develop transferable skills in critical thinking, oral and written discourse, problem solving as well as a keen awareness of the ethical and social issues surrounding America’s legal system. The minor is designed to benefit both the student who desires a liberal arts education and the student who intends to enter graduate or law school or go directly into public service careers. Prerequisite waivers of course prerequisites for minor requirements will be made at the discretion of the departments offering each course.