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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 CSU East Bay Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration Minor


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Minor Requirements (36-44 units)


Note: Students must have completed the prerequisites listed in the course description for any course they use to satisfy the following requirements.

Complete Alternative A or B


Alternative A


II. Upper Division (20 units)

Students must have completed the prerequisites listed in the course description for any course they select to satisfy the following requirements.

Note:

Business Administration courses are those with Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Technology Management, Management and Marketing prefixes. Courses in Economics cannot be included in these 8 units.

Alternative B


I. Lower Division (16 units)

II. Upper Division (28 units)

Students must have completed the prerequisites listed in the course description for any course they select to satisfy the following requirements.

Note:


Students completing the Business Administration Minor with the intention of possibly changing to the Business Administration Major, completing a second bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, or entering a master’s program in Business Administration are urged to take these courses for a “letter grade” (not CR/NC) and discuss their selection of courses for the Business Administration Minor with an advisor in the College of Business and Economics Student Service Center. Such students, for example, should choose Alternative A to satisfy their lower division requirements. Engineering students completing this minor with the intention of entering the M.B.A. program should consult an advisor in the Department of Engineering.

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