Fuse academic disciplines to maximize the value of your degree. Students from other ASU colleges are welcome to add depth with a minor on business, designed as a complement for the non-business degree. You’ll build a strong foundation in important managerial topics, such as accounting, computer information systems, economics, finance, management, marketing, and supply chain management.
Business Minor Courses
Students will take six courses to complete the W. P. Carey minor in business — including five required courses, and one of the approved elective courses in the business minor curriculum.
- Web Design and Development
- Special Topics in Computer Information Systems
- Macroeconomic Principles
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Essentials of Selling
- Special Topics in Marketing
- Essentials of Advertising and Marketing Communication
- Real Estate Fundamentals
- Introduction to Supply Chain Management
- Special Topics in Supply Chain Management
- Accounting and Financial Analysis
- Microeconomic Principles
- Personal Financial Management
- Management and Strategy for Non-Majors
- Essentials of Marketing
No matter what your major is, knowledge of business fundamentals is essential to long-term career success. The W. P. Carey minor in business will help you stand out from individuals who share your major, but lack business training — giving you a competitive edge in your job search, the right skills and knowledge to quickly move up from entry level to management, and the ability to shape a dynamic future in your career of choice. It’s an exceptional way to diversify your college experience, while adding lifelong value to your degree.
How to Enroll
The business minor is open to non-business undergraduate students at Arizona State University. It is available as either an on-campus or 100% online program. Business students are not eligible to apply for this minor. Completion of the business minor requires 18 credit hours of the specified business courses with a grade of "C" or better in each course. Six of the 12 upper-division credit hours required must be resident credit. The upper-division courses specified for the minor will be restricted to students with 56 earned credit hours, a minimum 2.0 ASU cumulative GPA, and completion of course prerequisites.
See an advisor in your major to add the business minor to your degree audit (DARS).