The Accounting minor focuses on the concepts and principles that are the foundation of accounting. The Accounting minor exposes students to the basic concepts of the accounting framework for recording and reporting of transactions, and the basic principles of financial management. Students will learn how to prepare and analyze financial statements.
|ACCOUNTING MINOR||15 crs|
|ACC111 Financial Accounting||3 crs|
|ACC211 Managerial Accounting||3 crs|
|Plus any three of the following:
ACC215 Spreadsheet and General Ledger Applications
ACC301 Cost Accounting
ACC303 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC305 Analysis of Financial Statements
ACC315 Fraud Prevention and Examination
ACC325 Forensic Accounting
As a Communication minor, a student is given a balanced background in theory and practice. Such a minor equips a student with practical skills in oral and written communication, media analysis, and social interaction. With the knowledge and abilities developed through the study of Communication, a student continues the preparation needed for careers in a variety of challenging areas.
|COMMUNICATION MINOR||15 crs|
|(COM107 Introduction to Communications)|
|COM200 Popular Culture||3 crs|
|COM208 Interpersonal Communications||3 crs|
|COM300 Introduction to Mass Communications||3 crs|
|COM301 Mass Media and Society
OR COM302 Media Literacy and Culture
COM375 Public Relations
A Criminal Jusitce minor requires a minimum of 15 credits. Those wishing to include a minor in their curriculum should consult their advisor.
|CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINOR||15 crs|
|CRJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice||3 crs|
|CRJ103 Introduction to Corrections||3 crs|
|CRJ201 Juvenile Justice||3 crs|
|CRJ404 Theoretical Criminology||3 crs|
Undergraduate students who pursue a minor in education will gain a strong knowledge base in the area of education and be well-prepared to enter a graduate program or career in in the field of education. The minor in education utilizes many general education courses. This allows students to complement their major coursework with a minor, while completing general education requirements of the degree program.
Note: Completion of a minor will not lead to a license or certificate.
Please note all courses, with the exceptions of the Foundations course, are currently Post offerings
|EDUCATION MINOR||15 crs|
|EDU311 Foundations of Teaching||3 crs|
|PSY260 Educational Psychology||3 crs|
|SOC312 Race and Ethnicity||3 crs|
|PSY201 Human Development||3 crs|
Elective (choose one):
As an English minor, a student will discover meaning in a variety of literary works and genres, as well creative
writing courses. Pursuing a minor in English equips a student with practical skills in communication, analysis, and social interaction. With the knowledge and abilities developed through the study of English, a student continues the preparation needed for careers in a variety of challenging areas.
Minors require a minimum of 15 credits not including the General Education requirement in English
(ENG110 College Writing and ENG120 College Writing II)
|ENGLISH MINOR||15 crs|
|ENG130 Writing with Literature||3 crs|
|ENG200 Elective||3 crs|
|ENG200 Elective||3 crs|
|ENG300 Elective||3 crs|
ENG300 or 400 Elective
The Finance minor helps students build skills and capabilities in analyzing, defining, and arriving at viable solutions in financial decision making and planning, and prepares students for careers with financial services firms, brokerage and investment houses, banks, insurance companies, and domestic and international businesses, among other areas.
|FINANCE MINOR||15 crs|
|FIN201 Principles of Finance||3 crs|
|FIN302 Corporate Finance||3 crs|
|Plus 3 of the following:
FIN305 Analysis of Financial Statements
FIN306 Personal Financial Planning
FIN401 Insurance and Risk Management
FIN403 Investment Management
FIN407 Business Valuations for Mergersand Acquisitions
FIN411 International Financial Management
The Forensic Psychology minor focuses on the interdisciplinary relationship between psychology and the law. Students are exposed to topics such as the roles and responsibilities of forensic psychologists, insanity and competency, sexual offending, domestic violence, child abuse, criminal behavior, and the death penalty. This minor will help students prepare for careers in law enforcement, forensic science, legal studies, criminal justice and human services.
|FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY MINOR||15 crs|
|PSY102 Fundamentals of Psychology II||3 crs|
|PSY240 Forensic Psychology||3 crs|
|PSY341 Research Methodology for the Social Sciences||3 crs|
|PSY395 Special Topics in Forensics Psychology||3 crs|
|Forensic Psychology Elective
(Either PSY201, PSY203, PSY301, or PSY305)
A Human Services minor requires a minimum of 15 credits. Those wishing to include a minor in their curriculum should consult their advisor.
|HUMAN SERVICES MINOR||15 crs|
|HSV101 Introduction to Human Services||3 crs|
|HSV200 Intervention Methods||3 crs|
|HSV260 Social Welfare Policy||3 crs|
|Choose Two of the Following:
HSV301 Interviewing Methods
HSV309 Theories of Counseling
HSV330 Group Counseling
HSV405 Human Services Administration
HSV460 Human Services Practicum I
The foundational prerequisite course in the Legal Studies minor is LAW 101 Introduction to Law. The remaining four choices can be selected from among any of the specific skills-based paralegal courses along with any of the legal specialty project-based courses. This minor will help students prepare for any profession which requires a practical knowledge of the Law including, but not limited to, careers in business, accounting, criminal justice and human services.
|LEGAL STUDIES MINOR||15 crs|
|LAW101(Prerequisite for other four courses)||3 crs|
|LAW Electives||12 crs|
A minor in marketing requires a minimum of 15 credits. Those wishing to include a minor in their curriculum should consult their advisor.
|MARKETING MINOR||15 crs|
|MKT101 Principles of Marketing||3 crs|
|MKT203 Sales and Selling Techniques||3 crs|
|MKT305 Internet & Interactive Media Marketing||3 crs|
|MKT342 Marketing Research||3 crs|
|MKT404 Consumer Behavior||3 crs|
A Mathematics Minor on a studentâ€™s transcript indicates that a student can think logically, formulate sound arguments and support them with evidence, solve problems, formulate alternative approaches when the initial approach to a problem does not result in a solution, and possesses the skills to identify the essential elements of a problem and apply abstract tools learned in a variety of contexts to solving the problem.
Minors require a minimum of 15 credits with an average grade of â€śC-â€ť or above. Those wishing to include a minor in their curriculum should consult their advisor.
|MATHEMATICS MINOR||15 crs|
|MAT171 Calculus I||3 crs|
|MAT172 Calculus II||3 crs|
|MAT261 Discrete Mathematics||3 crs|
|MAT271 Calculus III||3 crs|
|MAT272 Calculus IV||3 crs|
This minor explores the fundamental principles of psychology and psychological research methods, but also allows for in-depth study of selected topics in upper level courses including personality psychology, abnormal psychology, child psychology, and forensic psychology. This minor is ideal for preparing students for a career in the helping professions such as counseling, social work, or other related areas of public service.
|PHILOSOPHY MINOR||15 crs|
|PHL101 Introduction to Philosophy||3 crs|
|PHL203 Ethics||3 crs|
|PHL301 World Religions||3 crs|
|Plus Two of the Following:
PHL302 Eastern Philosophy 3 crs
PHL305 Political Philosophy 3 crs
PHL309 Understanding Our Universe
The Sport Management minor (15 credits) in the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business allows students to explore the world of Sport Management. Students will begin with a Foundations of Sport Management course and take subsequent courses, both required and per student interest, to fulfill the requirements of the minor. Each student will complete a Sport Management capstone. The capstone allows students to gain valuable hands-on real world experience in a Sport Management setting.
|SPORT MANAGEMENT MINOR||15 crs|
|SMG101 Foundations of Sport Management||3 crs|
|SMG301 Sport Marketing||3 crs|
|SMG451 Sport Management Capstone||3 crs|
|Plus Two of the Following:
SMG151 Sport in Society 3 crs
SMG201 Sport and Athletic Administration 3 crs
SMG251 Sport Event and Facility Management 3 crs
SMG351 Sport Law 3 crs
SMG401 Sport Economics