Adding a minor will further prepare you for a career in today’s highly competitive world. It will help set you apart and provide you with a wider skill set when you enter the workforce.

All minors other than accounting and finance, require the completion of 15 credits in the respective business discipline. To have the selected minor recorded on the transcript, students must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better in the minor. Keep in mind that, in general, courses that count toward your declared major do not count towards the minor. The main exception to this rule applies to students in the Business Administration major, who can apply a maximum of two qualifying courses toward both their major and a minor; other exceptions are noted specifically in each minor.

Silberman College of Business

Minors for non-business majors

Students interested in pursuing a minor at Silberman College of Business should contact an advisor in the Business Advising Office.

Business Administration

This 18-credit minor is intended to provide a basic foundation in business for non-business students who are interested in the 4 Plus 1 program.

Minors for business majors

Accounting

Accounting is the language of business. Whether you are interested in starting your own small business or working for a Fortune 500 company, knowledge of the basics of accounting and financial reporting will provide a deeper understanding of the tools used in running a business.

Finance

Minors for business and non-business majors

Digital Marketing

Entrepreneurship (Florham Campus)

Required Courses (three)

Electives (select two):

Financial Planning and Wealth Management

Take one of the following three:

Human Resources Management

A student taking MGMT 4499 Internship in Human Resources may substitute this class in place of either MGMT 3710 or MGMT 3720.

Leadership

Marketing

Elective (select one course):

Sustainability Management (Florham Campus)

Elective (select one course):

Please consult with an advisor to determine if one of the above electives will count towards general education science requirements.

Course Descriptions