College of Business and Innovation

Minoring in Business

Undergraduate Minors for College of Business Majors

Students majoring in business at UT can complement their BBA or BSIT degree by completing a minor in a field other than their major field of study.

The following requirements for the minors are taken from the University Catalog and are subject to change at any time by vote of the faculty, and as such the following text is provided for informational purposes only. Please check with the Office of Student Retention and Academic Success for the most current requirements for the minors. All students must make formal application to declare their Business minor.


As part of the 10 course required in the area of specialization requirement in the BBA degree, students complete 3 junior/senior level Business electives or a 3 courses toward an approved Business minor in addition to the 7 courses required in their major. A second Business minor may be completed with 9 additional hours.

The following minors are ONLY available for College of Business and Innovation students. The only exception to this is for engineering students in the BS Information Technology major. Since this is a shared program with the College of Business, students are treated as Business majors for the purpose of selecting a business minor. Students cannot duplicate credit in their minor, area of specialization and upper division core. The minor consists of three courses (9 hours), unless otherwise noted.

Accounting (Minor for Business Students)

Accounting courses designed for non-accounting majors are currently not being offered. Students who meet the eligibility requirements to enroll in Accounting major courses (minimum 2.75 higher ed GPA and 2.75 in BUAD 2040 + 2050 or equivalent courses), may select any 3 ACCT major courses to meet the requirements of an ACCT minor. ACCT 3110 is the pre/co requisite to all other accounting courses. 

Business Law
Complete three of the following:
BLAW 3550 Legal and Safety Compliance Issues in HR Management
BLAW 3570 The Laws of Structuring and Operating an Business
BLAW 3670 International Business Law
BLAW 4570 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Managing Innovation and Technology
BLAW 4580 Detection and Prevention of Deceptive Business Practices
MGMT 3770 Ethics in Leadership and Management

Commercial Real Estate - Course availability currently limited.
FINA 3660 Real Estate Principles, Practices and Finance
FINA 3670 Real Estate Valuation
FINA 3680 Real Estate Law, Insurance and Taxes

Digital Marketing (Electronic Commerce)
EBUS 3090 Doing Business Digitally (E-Commerce and the Networked Economy) 
EBUS 3180 Web Design and Data Analytics (Web Design for Business Communication)

Elective: Choose one of the following
EBUS 4040   Digital Business Intelligence (E-Commerce Intelligence Management)
MKTG 3280  Internet Marketing 
INFS 3380    Web Application Development I

Entrepreneurship, Family and Small Business
EFSB 4590 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
EFSB 4010 Growing Family and Entrepreneurial Businesses
EFSB 3480 Entrepreneurial Finance or FINA 4840 Small Business Finance

With departmental approval, EFSB 4690 or 4790 may be used as a substitution in the minor - consult with advisor

EFSB 4690 Innovation and Technology Commercialization
EFSB 4010 Franchising

FINA 3480 Investments
FINA 4080 Intermediate Corporate Finance
FINA 4090 Financial Institutions and Markets

Financial Services
Complete three of the following:
FINA 3480, 3660, 4090, 3600, 3670, 4870, 3610, 4100, 4890, 4900; and PSLS 3440

Information Systems - Effective Fall 2016 Catalog (See Degree Audit for earlier catalog years)
INFS 3150 Business Application Development I

Select two additional INFS elective courses from the following:
INFS 3160, 3240, 3250, 3370, 3380, 3770, 3780, 3980, 4300, 4320, 4510, 4620, 4810

Insurance and Risk Management
FINA 3600 Risk Management
FINA 3610 Life and Health Insurance
FINA 4890 Finanaial and Estate Planning

International Business
Complete three of the following:
BLAW 3670; FINA 3500; IBUS 3150, 3600, 4100, 4360; MKTG 3140, 3260, 4220; PSLS 3500

Complete three of the following:
HURM 3220 Human Resource Management 
MGMT 3630 Conflict Management
MGMT 3770 Ethics in Leadership and Management
MGMT 4210 Leading and Managing Organizational Improvement
MGMT/HURM 4250 Performance Management
MGMT 4780 Leadership and Managerial Competencies

MKTG 3850 Buyer Behavior or MKTG 3880 Marketing Research

Two additional electives from the following:
MKTG 3130, 3140, 3260, 3280, 3690, 3850 OR 3880, 3870, 3910, 4220, 4540, 4980, 4990; PSLS 3080, 3440, 4710, 4740

Operations Management
Select three from the following:
OSCM 3340 Quality Management
OSCM 3610 Production Planning and Scheduling
OSCM 3660 Materials Management and Purchasing
OSCM 4760 Simulation Modeling or OSCM substitution

Professional Sales
PSLS 3440 Professional Sales

Select two from the following:
PSLS 3080 Purchasing and Business Relationship Marketing
PSLS 3450 Account and Territory Management
PSLS 4500 International Sales Negotiation
PSLS 4710 Sales Force Leadership
PSLS 4740 Advanced Sales
MKTG 4540 Business Marketing

Supply Chain Management
MKTG 3130 Supply Chain Management

Select two from the following:
MKTG 4220 International Sourcing, Logistics, Transportation 
OSCM 3340 Quality Management 
OSCM 3660 Materials Management and Purchasing

Last Updated: 9/20/16