Business Minor

Minor in Business for Non-Business Majors

The Business minor is designed to provide students in majors other than business with an understanding of the language and basic concepts of business. The minor introduces students to the foundation areas of business by drawing on core courses to give a broad, non-specialized exposure to business. It is designed to provide entry-level employment skills for a wide range of jobs and to help provide a bridge to the business world for non-business majors.

Business at CCU

With recent trends in corporate America, there is a rising demand for a new kind of business leader — one equipped with practical knowledge, sound decision-making skills, entrepreneurial vision, and an ethical focus. The world needs leaders who understand that "ethics" isn't just the topic of the day, but is central to how we operate in business and in everyday life. Leaders must understand that ethics is not a matter of relativism. Instead, ethics ought to be a product of natural law. Ethical rights and duties ought not be determined by what society decides is right and wrong. At CCU, we teach that ethics must rely upon an understanding of morality based upon Scripture and a Christian worldview. That is the difference that sets our business students apart.

What can you do with a minor in business?

  • Entry level management
  • Entrepreneurial ventures
  • Information technology careers
  • Consulting
Interesting Classes You Might Take
  • Introduction to Business
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Principles of Marketing

A minor offers a concentrated area of coursework to supplement your major field of study. It is designed to enhance the range of topics and knowledge for a well-rounded student. It can provide exposure to important concepts that help students prepare for a fast-paced workplace.

Course Catalog

  • Financial Aid + Scholarships

    In the 2020-21 academic year, 99% of traditional undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, with over $23 million distributed in scholarships and grants.

  • Meet Your EC

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