Business Minor (18 Credit Hours)
The minor in general business provides courses in accounting, management and economics. Liberal arts majors and those working with small businesses will find this minor helpful. This minor is available only to students who are not accounting and/or management majors.
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This is a foundation course dealing with accounting principles and procedures with
emphasis on the entire accounting cycle, special journals,control accounts and subsidiary
This course explores theory and applies accounting principles mastered in ACC 211
and accounting for general partnerships and corporations. It also deals with managerial
accounting, including accounting cycles, cost analysis, and budgeting
This course explores the price system, public and private sectors, national income
accounting, unemployment and inflation, fiscal policy, budget deficits and the public
debt, money and banking and the Federal Reserve and monetary policy. This course meets
the social sciences requirement in the core.
This course explores supply and demand and the elasticity of supply and demand. It
analyzes the degree and nature of competition in various market structures, the economic
benefits derived from and the problems presented by big business conglomerates and
multinationals and international trade and finance. The course meets the social sciences
requirement in the core.
This is a general course to acquaint students with the elements and procedures of
statistics. It includes the basic concept of statistical methods and analysis, and
functional use of descriptive and inferential statistical tools.