Business Administration, (Minor) (Madrid)
Saint Louis University offers non-business students the opportunity to earn a minor in business administration. You’ll be required to complete 30 credit hours in subjects that include finance, accounting, management and economics.
Minor in Business Administration
Students must complete 30 credit hours to earn a minor in business administration: 24 credit hours of required coursework and six credit hours of electives. Courses that are required for your major may not be used at an elective for the minor.
You’ll be required to take:
- ACCT 2200: Financial Accounting
- ACCT 2220: Managerial Accounting
- OPM 2070: Introductory Business Statistics
- ECON 1900: Principles of Economics
- FIN 3010: Principles of Finance
- ITM 2000: Introduction to Information Technology Management
- MGT 3000: Management Theory and Practice
- MKT 3000: Introduction to Marketing Management
You’ll then select from two of the following courses:
- OPM 3050: Introduction to Management Sciences and Production Systems
- ECON 3120: Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECON 3140: Intermediate Microeconomics
- IB 2000: Introduction to International Business
- MGT 2180: Legal Environment of Business I
SLU-Madrid’s business program prepares students for careers private and public institutions. Our graduates go on to work in financial centers around the world, including New York City, Madrid, London and Dubai.
Our business faculty are experts in the fields, which include accounting, finance and economics. The majority of the faculty hold the highest degrees available in their fields.
SLU-Madrid is committed to providing quality Jesuit education at an affordable price. Tuition rates at the Madrid Campus are approximately 40 percent lower than comparable private universities in the U.S.
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To apply to minor in business administration at SLU-Madrid, you must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and complete a declaration of major/minor form, available in the Madrid Office of the Registrar.