This minor encompasses coursework in accounting, economics, communications and finance to build business skills necessary for a variety of professionals.
Wilmington University Business Minors enable you to develop a foundation in a second area of study. And, you have flexibility—your selected minor does not need to be related to your major.
Pursue a minor in the following areas of study:
Business and non-business students can add an entrepreneurship and small business management focus to their career path or program of study through this minor.
This minor is available to business and non-business students alike who wish to add a finance focus to their career path or utilize knowledge of finance to achieve personal goals.
Develop skills in global management and international communication to enhance any business and non-business career path or program of study.
Students in degree programs have the option of pursuing a minor in Human Resource Management, which will provide students with an overview of the field of human resources.
In an era of expanding technology, pursuing a minor in Management Information Systems will assist decision makers with their use of computer-generated information.