Electives for Management Studies Minor
The Management Studies minor is an interdisciplinary course of study that allows you to select from a range of classes tailored to your interests.
The minor complements any major and will strengthen your understanding of groups and leadership while building your readiness to succeed in the workplace.
A minor in Management Studies requires that students take 24 semester hours in courses across several disciplines. All Management Studies minors are required to take ACCT-140 and MGT-200. In addition, students are required to select one course focused on ethics and three elective courses representing three different departments: Business and Economics, English, Environmental Studies, Health and Exercise Physiology, History, Interdivisional Studies, Media and Communications Studies, Psychology, Politics, and Sociology.
Below is a sample of elective courses across the various departments:
- Advanced Financial Reporting
- Leadership in Adventure Activities
- Principles and Foundations of Health Fitness Management
- Intercultural Communications
- Media Ethics
- Forests & People
- Industrial Organization
- Social Cognition and Influence