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Business Administration, Minor

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This minor provides you with an opportunity to attain fundamental levels of competency in management and marketing. These competencies also enhance your overall analysis and decision-making abilities, and will contribute to success in your chosen career field. Earning the Business Administration minor recognizes that you have gained proficiency in at least two core disciplines of management and marketing.

The experience of Business Administration majors and of students from other majors that have fulfilled the equivalent of the Business Administration minor suggests that employers place a high value on management and marketing competencies.

The minor enables you to select those competency areas that will best augment your studies in any CSUMB major to give you management and marketing knowledge, skills and attitudes that will contribute to success in your chosen career field.

Required Courses

Please note: Twelve of the units taken to complete a minor (6 of which are upper division) may not be used in fulfillment of other minors, concentrations, or major requirements.

Total credits in the minor: 16 credits of upper-division coursework.

Students should complete GE Area B4 requirement, preferably by taking a Finite Math or Statistics course before beginning this minor.

Learning Outcomes

Minor LO 1:  Understand the Terminology, Concepts, Theories, and Tools of Management and Marketing

Business Minors demonstrate the understanding of the concepts and tools of management and marketing as applied to real world cases, challenges, and situations.

Minor LO 2:  Produce Business Writing that Meets Professional Standards

Business Minors develop writing skills that demonstrate problem solving and analytic capabilities applicable to real world business issues.

Minor LO 3:  Deliver Professional Presentations

Business Minors prepare and deliver presentations as individuals or as teams on topics relevant to business.


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