Adding a business minor to your degree is a great way to add experience and diversity in your academic studies.

Gain valuable skills in accounting, economics, management, and marketing. Sorry, the Business minor is not available to sport management or business majors.

Courses for Business Minor:

MG 100, AB 217, EC 209 or 112, MG 201, MK 201 plus one other AB, FN, MG (except 233 and 475) or MK.

Specialty Business Minors:

Courses for Management Minor: 

MG 100, MG 201, MG 211, MG 305, MG 400 and MG 475.

Courses for Marketing Minor:

MG 100, MG 211, MK 201, MK 220, MK 410 and MK 451.

Courses for Sport Management Minor:

SS 150, SS 200, SS 230, SS 330.  Two additional sport management courses at 300 or 400 level except SS 450 and SS 475.

The Fine Print

Minors at DeSales consist of 6 courses and will be indicated on the student’s permanent record. Students may not take courses required for the minor under the pass-fail option. A G.P.A. of 2.0 or higher is required in the 6 courses required by the minor, at least 3 of which must be completed at DeSales University. The student is responsible for scheduling his/her minor program in such a way that he/she can take the required courses as they are available during the four-year period. The choice of a minor should be made in consultation with the student’s advisor.

Please note that in some cases scheduling conflicts between required major and minor courses may occur, preventing a student from completion of a minor. Tutorials and independent study courses are not considered an acceptable way of resolving such conflicts. For this reason, a student would do well to begin taking appropriate courses as early as possible in his/ her collegiate career. Courses used to satisfy area of emphasis in the liberal studies program may not be applied toward a minor.

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