2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University

Minor Fields

A minor field of study may be taken in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. Business minors are not intended for BBA degree seeking students.

The School of Business also participates in an Interdisciplinary Ethics Minor located on the Interdisciplinary page of the catalog.

Minor in Accounting Hours
ACC 2410, 2420, Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2440, 2450 Integrated Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2430 Integrated Accounting Principles (6) 6  
ACC 3310, 3320, Intermediate Accounting I & II 6  
ACC 3460, Cost Accounting 3  
Accounting Elective 3  
Total 18
 
Minor in Business Administration Hours
ACC 2410, 2420  Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2440, 2450 Integrated Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2430 Integrated Accounting Principles (6) 6  
ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
COBA Business Electives (at least 6 hours chosen from COBA 3000- and 4000-level courses) 9  
Total 18
 
Minor in Economics Hours
ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
ECO 2220, Principles of Microeconomics 3  
ECO 3260, Intermediate Macroeconomics 3  
ECO 3270, Intermediate Microeconomics 3  
Economics Electives (any course numbered 3000 or above) 6  
Total 18
 
Minor in Entrepreneurship Hours
ACC 2410, 2420  Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2440, 2450 Integrated Accounting Principles I & II (3,3) or ACC 2430 Integrated Accounting Principles (6) 6  
ETP 3000, Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3  
ETP 3700, Entrepreneurial Financial Management 3  
ETP 4500, Venture Planning 3  
MGT 3230, Business Ethics 3  
Total

18

   

 Minor in International Business

Hours

Technical Requirements
     -
Two semesters at the 2000 level or higher in the same foreign language successfully completed (may be counted as a general education requirement or toward a Major or Minor in a foreign language).
    - ECO 2210, Macroeconomics, or ECO 2220, Microeconomics (for non-B.B.A. students may be counted as general education core social sciences requirement).

Required: 6 
INB 4400, International Economics1 3  
INB 3300, International Business1,9 3  
* Approved Study Abroad Experience (Semester, Summer term, or Belmont University sponsored course that has an authorized overseas component).  
Business Elective: (choose one of the following courses) 3 

INB 3800, Comparative Economic Systems1
INB 4330, International Capital Markets2
INB 4310, International Marketing3
INB 4200, International Entrepreneurship10

3  
International Electives: (choose three of the following courses)9

9

INB 3800, Comparative Economic Systems1,4
INB 3900, Chinese Economy1
INB 4330, International Capital Markets2,4
ECO 4700, Economic Growth and Development1
INB 4200, International Entrepreneurship4,10
MBU 3330, International Music Business8
MGT 3000, International Business Practical Internship5
INB 4310, International Marketing3,4
PSC 2300, International Relations
PSC 2400, Introduction to Comparative Politics6
PSC 3710, International Political Economy
PSC 4320, International Law7
9
Total

18

1ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics or ECO 2220, Principles of Microeconomics as a prerequisite requirement

2FIN 3210, Business Finance prerequisite requirement only if student opts to take FIN 4330 (MTH 1150 plus ACC 2440 & ACC 2450 or ACC 2430 are prerequisite requirements of FIN 3210 and only taken if student takes FIN 4330) and MGT 3300, International Business. (ACC 2410 and ACC 2420 may be substituted for ACC 2440 and ACC 2450 or ACC 2430; however, ACC 2410 will only be accepted if transferred to Belmont).

3MKT 3210, Principles of Marketing prerequisite requirement only if student opts to take MKT 4310

4Option if not taken as a business elective

5Requirement can be met by working for a U.S. company (stateside) conducting significant international business or by working abroad for an organization while meeting the study abroad component of the minor.

6PSC 1210 prerequisite requirement (may be counted as part of General Education Core Social Sciences requirement if student opts to take PSC 2400)

7PSC 2300, International Relations prerequisite requirement

8MBU 1110, Survey of Music Business prerequisite requirement only if student opts to take MBU 3330

9COBA majors must select 12 hours from the International Electives section since MGT 3300 is a required course for the BBA degree.

10ETP 3000, Foundations of Entrepreneurship prerequisite requirement only if student opts to take ETP 4200

 Minor in Marketing

Hours
ECO 2210, Macroeconomics 3  
MGT 3230, Business Ethics 3  
MKT 3210, Marketing Principles 3  
MKT 4020, Advertising Principles 3  
Marketing Electives 3000 level or above 6  
Total

18