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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 School of Business-Camden Programs, Faculty, and General Information Programs of Study Minor Programs for Non-School of Business-Camden Majors  

Minor Programs for Non-School of Business-Camden Majors


Minor Programs For Non-School of Business-Camden Majors


The objective of the minor at the School of Business-Camden is to supplement the student's major area of study with basic accounting, business administration, finance, human resources, international business, management, or marketing knowledge. Students may apply for admission to a business studies minor program after completion of 45 course credits. Certification of a business studies minor is based on a grade-point average of 3.00 or above in the courses required for the completion of the minor.


Specific program requirements for each minor program offered are listed below.


Accounting Minor (15 credits)


The accounting minor prepares students to understand the accounting function in business and to work with accountants. Students must complete the following accounting core curriculum:

52:010:101 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)

52:010:202 Management Accounting (3)

52:010:305 Intermediate Accounting I (3)

Choose two courses from the following (6 credits):

52:010:306 Intermediate Accounting II (3)

52:010:383 Federal Tax Accounting I (3)

52:010:384 Federal Tax Accounting II (3)

52:010:390 Cost Accounting (3)

52:010:401 Advanced Accounting (3)

52:010:415 Concepts of Auditing (3)

Business Administration Minor (15 credits)


The business administration minor provides students with exposure to the fundamentals of a business education across five major disciplines. Students must complete the following business core curriculum:

52:010:101 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)

52:390:301 Principles of Finance (3)

52:620:303 Organizational Behavior (3)

52:623:334 Management Information Systems (3)

52:630:201 Principles of Marketing (3)

Finance Minor (15 credits)


The finance minor prepares students to work with finance professionals. Students must complete the following core finance curriculum:

52:390:301 Principles of Finance (3)

52:390:315 Investments and Portfolio Management (3)

Choose any three additional finance (390) courses (9 credits).


Human Resource Management Minor (15 credits)


The human resource management minor introduces students to fundamental human resource management principles. Students must complete the following human resource management core curriculum:

52:533:365 Strategic Human Resource Management (3)

Complete 9 additional credits in the human resource management (533) subject area.

Complete 3 additional credits from one of the options listed below:

Option 1: Any course in the management areas: human resource management (533), management (620), or ecommerce (623); OR

Option 2: Any of the approved arts and sciences courses listed below:

50:220:313 Economics of Labor (3)

50:220:320 Inflation, Unemployment, and Public Policy (3)

50:830:319 Industrial Psychology (3)

50:830:355 Psychological Tests and Measurements (3)

50:830:446 Behavior Modification (3)

50:920:315 Sociology of Complex Organizations (3)

50:920:321 Urban Sociology (3)

50:920:337 Women and Men in Society (3)

50:920:370 Globalization and Social Change (3)

50:920:394 Japanese Society and Management (3)

50:920:431 Sociology of Work and Careers (3)

50:975:492 Special Topics: Nonprofit Organizations in International Perspective (3)

(This course is offered occasionally as a special topics course)

50:975:493 Special Topics: Nonprofit Organizational Management (3)

(This course is offered occasionally as a special topics course)

Choose any three additional human resource management (533) courses (9 credits).

International Business Minor (15 credits)


The international business minor provides students with the opportunity to explore business practices from a global perspective. Students must complete the following international business course requirements:

52:620:369 The Management of Multinational Business (3)

Choose any three business courses with a global focus (9 credits).

Options include, but are not limited to the following:

52:390:320 Global Financial Markets (3)

52:390:350 Multinational Corporate Finance (3)

52:623:445 Global Issues in Ecommerce Technology (3)

52:630:371 International Marketing (3)

52:620:420 International Study Management-France (3)

52:630:420 International Study Marketing-France (3)

52:620:421International Study Management-South Africa (3)

52:630:421 International Study Marketing-South Africa (3)

Choose one of the following approved arts and sciences global topics courses:

50:070:341 Peoples and Cultures of Latin America (3)

50:070:353 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia (3)

50:070:356 Peoples and Cultures of Africa (3)

50:220:329 Economics of International Finance (3)

50:220:331 International Economics (3)

50:220:371 Economy of Japan (3)

50:220:399 Economics of Multinational Corporations (3)

50:790:335 Government and Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa (3)

50:790:336 Government and Politics of the Middle East (3)

50:790:337 Government and Politics of South and Southeast Asia (3)

50:790:338 Government and Business in the International System (3)

50:790:387 International Law and Organization (3)

50:790:425 Modernization in the Third World (3)

50:790:469 Rich Nations/Poor Nations (3)

50:920:370 Globalization and Social Change (3)

50:920:394 Japanese Society and Management (3)

50:920:396 Southeast Asian Societies (3)

50:940:225 Spanish for Business (3)

Management Minor (15 credits)


The management minor introduces students to basic management principles. Students must complete the following management core requirements:

52:533:365 Strategic Human Resource Management (3)

52:620:303 Organizational Behavior (3)

52:620:369 The Management of Multinational Business (3)

52:623:334 Management Information Systems (3)

Complete 3 additional credits from an electivein management (620) or ecommerce (623) (3 credits).

Marketing Minor (15 credits)


The marketing minor prepares students to work with marketing professionals. Students must complete the following marketing core requirements:

52:630:201 Principles of Marketing (3)

Complete 12 additional credits in marketing (630) subject area courses (12 credits).

 
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