Minors

The College of Business offers several undergraduate minors.

General Business

  • General Business
    The Minor in Business is designed to provide the non-business major with professional skills necessary for positions in business and industry. The curriculum is conceived as a broad introduction to several areas of business. Business majors may not earn this minor.

Accounting & Finance

  • Accounting
    The Minor in Accounting exposes students to all functional areas of accounting and is primarily designed for COB students in majors other than Accounting.
  • Finance
    A minor in Finance requires completion of 18-24 sh including at least 12 sh of upper division courses at UWF. Finance majors may not earn this minor.

Management & MIS

  • e-Business
    The Minor in e-Business is an interdisciplinary, undergraduate program that is intended to provide a solid foundation for those interested in pursuing opportunities in businesses who have already joined the eBusiness revolution, as well as in businesses that are attempting to define the appropriate role of e-Business in their organizations. The e-Business Minor is open to all students who meet the requirements to enroll in the first course in the e-Business Minor sequence.
  • Management
    The Minor in Management requires completion of 18 sh of predetermined course work with a grade of "C" or higher. At least 9 sh of the required upper division course work must be completed at UWF. Management majors may not earn this minor.
  • Management Information Systems
    The Minor in Management Information Systems requires completion of 21 sh of predetermined course work with a grade of "C" or higher. At least 9 sh of the upper division work must be completed at UWF. Management Information Systems majors may not earn this minor.

Marketing & Economics

  • Business Economics
    The Business Economics Minor, although accessible to any student, is designed for students with a business major other than Economics. The Business Economics Minor requires completion of 18 sh with a grade in each course of "C" or higher.
  • Economic Policy (non-business majors only)
    The Minor in Economic Policy is designed for and only available to non-business majors. It gives students in a wide variety of majors the opportunity to add value to their major degree. It is especially appropriate for students who plan to enter law school or work in political or public policy-oriented career fields.
  • Marketing
    The Minor in Marketing requires completion of 18 sh of predetermined course work, of which 9 sh of upper division course work must be taken at UWF. Marketing majors may not earn this minor.
  • Marketing Applications
    The Minor in Marketing Applications is designed for and only available to non-business majors. Marketing majors may not earn this minor.
  • Quantitative Economics
    The Minor in Quantitative Economics is available for all students and is designed for those who wish to learn about math-oriented applications of economic theory. It provides students in a wide variety of majors the opportunity to add value to the major degree. It is especially appropriate for students with strong mathematics interests who plan to build a career as an analyst in financial organizations.
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