Summer Business Minor

There’s a business side to everything.

Free up your fall and spring semesters by taking Business Administration Minor classes in Summer Session. Required courses for the Business Administration Minor are regularly offered over the various sessions each summer. Completing the minor in one summer is possible, but not required. The Summer Session Business Administration Minor is flexible and can be completed over the course of one, two, or three summers, in addition to fall and spring.

Build a schedule that works for you.

The Minor in Business Administration requires 24 credits in eight 3-credit courses. Get started with one of the recommended summer schedules, or build your perfect schedule using the course list below.

  Class Title
1. ACC 201 Financial Accounting
2. ACC 202 Managerial Accounting
3. IS 101 Introduction to Information Systems
4. ECON 100
OR
ECON 102
Introduction to Economics

Principles of Microeconomics
5. MKT 210 Marketing Principles
6. BUS 300 Introduction to Finance
7. IS 301 Management Information Systems
8. MGT 323 Organization and Interpersonal Behavior

Except for ECON 100, all of these courses are regularly taught during the summer.

Recommended Summer Schedule

One-Summer Track. Recommended schedule for completion in one summer (18 credits): IS 301 - Online all summer, MKT 210 - Mini Term, ACC 201 - First Session, MGT 323 - First Session, BUS 300 - Second Session, ACC 202 - Second Session. Two-Summer Track. Summer One - Recommended Schedule (9 credits): MKT 210 - Mini Term, ACC 201 - First Session, ACC 202 - Second Session; Summer Two - Recommended Schedule (9 credits): MGT 323 - First Session, BUS 300 - Second Session, IS 301 - Online all summer; See advisor for other schedule options. Three-Summer Track. Summer One - Recommended Schedule (6 credits): MKT 210 - Mini Term, IS 301 - Online all summer; Summer Two - Recommended Schedule (6 credits): ACC 201 - First Session, ACC 202 - Second Session; Summer Three - Recommended Schedule (6 credits): MGT 323 - First Session, BUS 300 - Second Session; See advisor for other schedule options.

In addition to the classes listed above, all students must complete ECON 102 and IS 101 (challenge exam available). While ECON 102 and IS 101 are regularly offered in the Summer Session, ECON 102 is a CO6 social science course already required by many majors, and students with software skills can usually pass a challenge exam to get credit for IS 101. See your advisor for additional schedule options.

More information, or to declare a minor, please contact:

Jeremy Tiedt, College of Business Advising Office, AB 409
BusinessAdvising@unr.edu | (775) 784-4912

To schedule an IS 101 challenge exam, please contact:

Marianne Jacobsen, Information Systems Department, AB 317
IS101testing@unr.edu | (775) 784-8044