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Minor Programs in the College of Business

Why earning a minor is a good idea.

A minor - an additional interest - adds dimension to your education. It also opens up career possibilities your major alone may not. While your major determines the general field in which you'll forge a career, a minor can help shape your career path within that field. 

Not to be overlooked: a minor on your résumé can give you an edge over someone equally qualified in your major. It can tip the scales in your favor. It tells potential employers you are a well-rounded person and that you do more than the minimum required of you.

Here are the business minors you can choose from:

Accounting


Requirements for the minor in accounting, for business program majors only, are nine credits beyond the business program core. (Click here to view the Accounting Minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Beverage Management

The minor requires a total of 15 credits. (Click here to view the Beverage Management minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Business Management


Requirements for the minor in management, for non-business majors only, are eighteen credits.(Click here to view the Business Management minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Economics

Students of other majors may choose to pursue a 15-credit minor in Economics, which includes two required courses— EC 133, Principles of Economics I (an introduction to macroeconomics) and EC 134, Principles of Economics II (an introduction to microeconomics)—and three additional courses (15 credits) from one of the four course-cluster lists immediately below—all with a minimum GPA of 2.0. (Click here to view the Economics minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Entrepreneurship

Requirements for the minor in entrepreneurship, for business program majors only, are nine credits beyond the business program core. (Click here to view the Entrepreneurship minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Event and Tourism Management

A total of six courses (18 credits) is required to complete this minor. (Click here to view the Event and Tourism Management minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Finance

Requirements for the minor in finance, for business program majors only, are nine credits beyond the business program core. (Click here to view the Finance minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Food Service Management

A total of six courses (15 credits) is required to complete this minor.(Click here to view the Food Service Management minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Hotel & Resort Management

A total of six courses (15 credits) is required to complete this minor.Click here to view the Hotel & Resort Management minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

International Business

Requirements for the minor in international business, for non-business or business-related program majors only, are eighteen credits. (Click here to view the International Business minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

International Business Communication

Requirements for the minor in international business communication, for business program majors only, are nine credits beyond the business program core.(Click here to view the International Business Communication minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Marketing

Requirements for the minor in marketing, for business program majors only, are nine credits beyond the business program core. (Click here to view the Marketing minor (for business majors only in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Requirements for the minor in marketing, for non-business or business-related program majors only is 18 credits. (Click here to view the Marketing minor for non-business related majors in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Professional Sales

Requirements for the minor in professional sales for business program majors only are nine credits beyond the business program core. (Click here to view the Professional Sales minor (for business majors only in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Requirements for the minor in professional sales for non-business or business-related program majors only are 18 credits.(Click here to view the Professional Sales minor for non-business related majors in the UNH Academic Catalog)

Quantitative Analysis

Requirements for the minor in quantitative analysis (for business majors only) are nine credits in any quantitative analysis courses chosen in consultation with the academic advisor, beyond current business and university core. (Click here to view the Quantitative Analysis minor in the UNH Academic catalog)

Sport Management

Requirements for the Minor in Sport Management is 15 credits. (Click here to view the Management of Sports Industries minor in the UNH Academic Catalog)