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Minor in Business
Why Minor in Business?
The Minor in Business will provide the LAU general student community with the opportunity to combine a good understanding of business with their primary studies.
No matter what your field is, a minor in business will provide you with the basic knowledge in economics and business areas like finance, management and marketing, and with essential tools that would be applied and proven useful in the real world. The business minor puts a proper perspective to the changing global market, enabling a solid grounding in general professional competence.
Minor Course Requirements
To obtain the Minor in Business, the student would be required to complete a total of 18 credits distributed as follows:
Core Requirements (15 credits)
|Introduction to Microeconomics or Introduction to Macroeconomics||3|
|MGT201||Introduction to Management||3|
|MKT201||Introduction to Marketing||3|
Plus one upper-level course, requiring departmental approval and declaration of minor, from the following list:
|FEB304||Family Business Management1||3|
|FIN302||Financial Institutions and Markets3||3|
|MGT411||Innovation and Entrepreneurship||3|
|OPM301||Operation and Production Management||3|
1 prerequisite MGT201
2 prerequisite MKT201
3 prerequisite FIN301
Note: Non-business students will no longer be able to register in any business course other than the named 18 credits for the minor. The only exception would be those courses that are required for minor or core in non-business degrees. The additional resources needed to provide the Minor in Business depends on the enrollment level in the program.