Minor in Business Administration
The Minor in Business Administration draws on business core courses to give a broad, non-specialized exposure to business. It is designed to provide entry-level employment skills for a wide range of jobs and help provide a bridge to the business world for non-business majors.
Business Administration Minor — 24 units
|ACCT 100||Introduction to Financial Accounting 1||3|
|ACCT 101||Introduction to Managerial Accounting 1||3|
|DS 212||Business Statistics I 2||3|
|or MATH 124||Elementary Statistics|
|or ISED 160||Data Analysis in Education|
|FIN 350||Business Finance 1||3|
|IBUS 330||International Business and Multicultural Relations||3|
|ISYS 263||Introduction to Information Systems||3|
|MGMT 405||Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior 1||3|
|MKTG 431||Principles of Marketing 1||3|
Students who earn a minor in business administration and decide to pursue an MBA or MSBA at SF State may use these courses to meet graduate-level foundation courses, provided they earn a B- or better in the class and have completed the undergraduate course within five years of entering the graduate business program.
MATH 324 is an equivalent to DS 212 for the purpose of fulfilling this requirement. Prerequisite mathematics capability for MATH 324 may be satisfied by MATH 227. Prerequisite mathematics capability for DS 212 may be satisfied by DS 110, MATH 110, or MATH 226.
Note: The ISYS 263 course requirement may be met by passing the CLEP Exam. Students who pass the waiver exam do not need to take ISYS 263 but must take an additional course (upon advisement) to make up the 3 units.