From Seattle University's 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog.
To earn a minor in business administration, students must complete a set of six business courses beyond the non-business prerequisite courses in mathematics. One of the mathematics courses and one of the economics courses could fulfill university core requirements.
|Choose one course from the following options:||5|
|ECON 2110||Principles of Economics- Micro|
|ECON 2130||Principles of Economics - Macro|
|BCOM 2800||Business Communication||5|
|ACCT 2300||Principles of Accounting I (Financial)||5|
|Choose three courses from the following options:||15|
|MKTG 3500||Introduction to Marketing|
|MGMT 3000||Principles of Management|
|BLAW 3700||Business and International Law|
|INBU 3200||Global Environment of Business|
|FINC 3400||Business Finance*|
|OPER 3600||Operations and Supply Change Management*|
|Electives||3000 - 4000-level business or economics*|
- Courses used toward a minor in business administration are subject to the same grade minimums as those in a business administration major.
- Students applying for the minor are required to take at least 20 credits in business from Seattle University.
- Students pursuing a BABA degree, or a BSCS with business specialization, may not minor in business administration. See policy for minors in the bulletin.
- Classes marked with an * require additional course prerequisites beyond those required in the minor.