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Management minors provide depth in a specific functional discipline (for example, entrepreneurship or emerging global markets) when taken with a Management major, or they serve as a complement to majors outside of the School of Management. All minors consist of five courses. For those minors with electives, the electives should be chosen in consultation with the minor advisor. With the exception of the minor in business, any minor may be taken by students majoring in one of the four management majors. Majors in the management program may double count up to two courses for both their major and minor requirements.
Students are advised to declare a management major or minor in their sophomore year.
All four core majors share a common set of prerequisites and required core courses.
Prerequisites outside the management department include Microeconomics and Introductory Statistics. Required core courses include the courses in management, accounting, organizational communication, marketing, finance, operations, strategy, and a "capstone" course.
Required Core Courses:
Each studnent completes four additional courses and a capstone course in her specific major (see the individual major descriptions) for a total of 20 credit hours in electives. All prerequisites and core courses must be completed prior to taking the capstone in each major.
The independent learning requirement is met by taking MGMT 370 Internship. For Dix Scholars with significant previous work experience, MGMT 350 Independent Study or MGMT 380 Fieldwork may be substituted for MGMT 370 with permission of the Program Chair.