Many students who have primary majors other than Accounting, Economics, Finance, or Business will enter their professional careers working with for-profit and non-profit organizations. In addition, many students may find their career paths leading toward Entrepreneurship as they begin their own business in many of the areas traditionally served by the liberal arts majors. Specifically, academic areas such as Art, Theatre, Music, English, Pre-med, Pre-law, Pre-vet, and others would potentially benefit from this minor because students majoring in these disciplines are likely to begin their own business or practice.
This minor is designed for all students wanting to explore creative problem solving within for-profit and non-profit organizations. (This minor is NOT open to Accounting, Agribusiness Management, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, or Sports Management majors.)