Business Interdisciplinary Studies (BAI)
Minor in Business Administration (BUS)
Interdisciplinary studies in business are represented by individual courses that are interdisciplinary, such as BAI 150, BAI 151 and BAI 103L, and by the interdisciplinary minor in Business Administration that is offered for students who are not in the School of Business Administration.
The minor in Business Administration is a valuable program for non-business majors who intend to pursue careers in business or want to prepare for an MBA program.
The minor in Business Administration is available to non-business majors only. The course requirements are listed below. Note that additional prerequisites may apply to some of the course selections which would increase the total number of hours needed to complete the minor.:
|ACC 200||Introduction to Accounting||3|
|or ACC 207|
& ACC 208
| Introduction to Financial Accounting|
and Introduction to Managerial Accounting
|ECO 203||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|Select four courses from:||12|
|Introduction to Financial Management|
|Legal Environment of Business|
|Survey of Management Information Systems|
|Survey of Marketing|
|Introduction to Operations & Supply Management|
BAI 103L. Business Computing Laboratory. 1 Hour
Introduction to business software skills including spreadsheets, relational databases, and integration of computer applications. Overview of UD computer ethics policies.
BAI 150. Business Educational Planning. 1 Hour
Introduction to the School of Business Administration, the University, and educational planning.
BAI 151. Business Integration Experience. 1 Hour
Integrated introduction to major business processes and decision making.
BAI 294. Special Topics in the School of Business Administration. 3 Hours
Special Topics in the School of Business Administration.
BAI 400. Dean's Leadership Laboratory. 0-3 Hours
Leadership experience under the supervision of the Dean's office. Permission of
BAI 497. Laboratory Work Experience. 1-6 Hours
Under faculty sponsorship and in association with a participating industrial, commercial, educational, health-care, or governmental organization; practical experience in work associated with the student's major or minor concentration. (See internship coordinator for details.) Does not count toward major.
Prerequisite(s): Permission of dean.