The business administration minor is an excellent complement to any non-business major at Saint Joseph’s University, preparing students to pursue careers in a variety of industries.
WHAT IS A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINOR?
Few minors prepare students for as many career options than the business administration minor. Applicable to any industry, a business administration minor provides the finance, marketing and business skills necessary to gain a strong foundation in business. As a business administration minor, you will take classes on organizational behavior, financial accounting, information systems, Excel competency and more. Designed for non-business majors, this program offers a solid understanding of business fundamentals and is an essential component to success in a wide variety of professions.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINOR?
Whether your career lies as a doctor, lawyer, photographer, graphic designer or anywhere in between, adding a business minor makes students more marketable, better prepared and better equipped to handle the unique challenges of today’s professional environment.
HOW WILL SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY PREPARE ME FOR A FUTURE CAREER?
You will gain insight into the core concepts and fundamental business practices that drive organizations worldwide, equipping you with the skills necessary to better compete in the business marketplace. The business administration minor will provide you with a foundation in how to use Excel, market a company, manage finances and understand the way an organization is structured. Whether your goal is to become an entrepreneur, an executive of a company or pursue any other career path, the skills you will learn as a business administration minor will be used in various aspects of your role.
HOW TO PURSUE A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINOR AT SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY
Students who are not majoring in business may opt to minor in business administration by taking Concepts of Financial Acct (ACC 101), Excel Competency (DSS 100), Business Statistics (DSS 210), Intro to Finance (FIN 200), Essentials of Organizational Behavior (MGT 110/120/121), Intro to Information Systems (DSS 200) and Principles of Marketing (MKT 201).