Students pursuing a minor in business must meet all necessary pre-requisites for business courses.
Business (for non-BBA majors) (18 Credits)
The minor in General Business is specifically tailored for non-business majors. Students will gain an overall understanding of business basics, including financial accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, economics, and organizational behavior, to be prepared to make effective business decisions. The minor is a great complement to other degree programs for students seeking to add a business component to their studies.
Business Economics (18 Credits)
The minor in Business Economics is designed to serve both business and non-business majors. Students majoring in non-business fields can benefit by understanding basic economics concepts. An economics minor is a good option for law, political science, journalism, communications, education, finance, management, supply chain management, engineering, IT, and marketing, to name a few. A minor in economics prepares students to be more informed citizens and better prepared consumers.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation (15 Credits)
The entrepreneurship and innovation minor will offer students the opportunity to develop knowledge and unique skills that offer excellent employment opportunities in the Atlanta area and beyond. This minor is designed to serve both business and non-business majors.
Film and Entertainment Management (18 Credits)
The minor in Film and Entertainment Management is designed for aspiring mainstream film and entertainment industry managers, as well as those interested in the world of independent filmmaking. Students gain an understanding of industry business practices by taking foundation courses that include accounting, management, and marketing.
Finance (15 Credits)
The minor in Finance is offered to both Business and Non-Business majors. It is designed to introduce the students to a wide range of finance topics. Students can choose courses to satisfy their interests as well as acquire skills to enhance their job opportunities.
Marketing (18 Credits)
The marketing minor will offer Clayton State University students the opportunity to focus on a specific area of business that offers excellent employment opportunity in the Atlanta area and beyond.
Professional Sales (15 Credits)
The minor in Professional Sales meets the need for specialized sales training for students of all majors. The professional field of sales provides students with a variety of lucrative job opportunities. More than 10 percent of all jobs in the US are in sales and this number is expected to grow in the future. Research shows that sales is the most common profession not just for students majoring in Marketing, but for many students majoring in non-Business majors.
Supply Chain Management (18 Credits)
The supply chain minor will give students the opportunity to focus on a specific area of business that offers excellent employment opportunities in the Atlanta area and beyond.