Business Analytics Minor for Non-Business Majors

Business Analytics Minor for Non-Business Majors

The Business Analytics Minor for Non-Business majors is intended to provide knowledge in business analytics to students outside of the College of Business Administration.  Because these skills are valuable across all business fields, and to anyone who intends to use quantitative analysis to improve their decision-making, the Business Analytics Minor for Non-Business majors provides the flexibility to combine these skills with any major on campus.

Core Requirements – Three Courses – 9 Credit Hours

ECON 3310SQL, DATABASES, AND DATA CLEANING FOR DATA SCIENTISTS3
ECON 3300INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS3
ECON 4350BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND REPORTING3

Elective Courses – Choose Two Courses – 6 Credit Hours

ACCT 3050INTERMEDIATE MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING3
ACCT 4060ADVANCED MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING3
ACCT 4080PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING3
ECON 4290RESEARCH METHODS IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS3
ECON 4300QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS3
ECON 4510ECONOMIC INTERNSHIP3
FNBK 3400INVESTMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES3
FNBK 4150MGMT OF BUSINESS FINANCE3
FNBK 4610PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT3
MKT 4340MARKETING RESEARCH3
MKT 4370MARKETING ANALYTICS3
SCMT 4370SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS3

Governance and Administration

  • This minor will be administered by the Economics Department.