MaconCatalog : The Stetson-Hatcher School of Business : Minors
 
Minors
For students pursuing a bachelor of business administration degree (thereby completing the business core curriculum), minors are offered in the areas of accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, international business, and marketing. Information related to these minors appears in the discipline specific section of this catalog.
For students not seeking a bachelor of business administration degree, minors are offered in the areas of accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, marketing, and business administration. A 2.0 grade point average is required to earn a minor.
The requirements for a minor in accounting for the non-business major are: ACC 204, ACC 205, ACC 331, ACC 332 and one other accounting course that should be selected in consultation with an accounting faculty advisor. The following three courses are suggested: ACC 368, ACC 375, and ACC 377.
The requirements for a minor in business administration are: ECN 151, ACC 204, MGT 363, MKT 361, and one other course selected from the curriculum of the school. The fifth course should be selected in consultation with an academic advisor for the business school.
The requirements for a minor in economics for the non-business major are: ECN 150 and ECN 151, STA 126, and three other economics courses that should be selected in consultation with an economics faculty advisor.
The requirements for a minor in entrepreneurship for the non-business major are: MGT 363, MKT 361, MGT 427, MKT 420, MGT 454, and BUS 275.
The requirements for a minor in marketing for the nonbusiness major are: STA 126, MKT 361, MKT 415, MKT 475, MKT 442, and one elective from MKT courses, ACC 204, or other business marketing related course with permission of the advisor.
The requirements for a minor in marketing communications for the graphic design major are: MKT 361, MKT 442, MKT 417, MKT 437, and two electives from MKT courses, ACC 204, or other business marketing related course with permission of the advisor. This minor is offered to graphic design majors/graduates only.
Courses used for a student’s major may not be used toward any of these minors. This double-counting prohibition will not preclude a student from earning one of these minors under circumstances where his/her major requires that s/he broaden him/herself by taking a depth area, a minor, or professional-area electives over and above the courses required for his/her major. Only one course in the minor may be taken at an institution other than Mercer University.