WHAT YOU’LL STUDY

If you want to focus on how business works, you can earn a minor in business administration by successfully completing 21 hours of select accounting, business and economics courses.

Four courses are required for the minor:

  • Principles Financial Accounting
  • Quantitative Skills
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Microeconomics

You can satisfy the requirements for the minor by selecting and successfully completing nine hours of business administration electives at or above the 300-level.

You’ll need to make at least a “C” in each course to earn a minor in business administration, although you might be allowed to make one “D.” The Department of Economics and Business administration may specify certain courses that you’ll need to make at least a “C” in, and you’ll need to make an overall average of “C” or better on all work presented for the minor.

You must take at least half of the hours required for the minor at PC. The Provost must approve any substitutions to the requirements of the business administration minor prior to completion of the amended requirement.

Speak with your advisor or the chair of the business department about minimum grades allowed and any additional requirements for the business administration minor.

MORE INFORMATION

  • CO = Co-requisite
  • CO = Co-requisite
  • POI = Permissions of Instructor
  • PR = Pre-requisite
  • RE = Recommended
  • XL = Cross-listed

FACULTY

Dr. Jody Lipford

Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Jerry Slice

Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Suzie Smith

Robert Vance Prof of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Cindy Lucking

Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Mrs. Karen Mattison

Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Tobin Turner

Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Rachel Childers

Asst. Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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Dr. Kurt Gleichauf

Asst Professor of Economics and Business Administration

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