With a minor in accounting, you’ll learn basic financial accounting concepts, examine balance sheet and income statements, and discover how accounting can be used to make managerial decisions.
Suffolk’s interdisciplinary Arts Administration minor can give you the range of skills needed to work behind the scenes in the performing and visual arts.
Employers are looking for individuals who can gather, analyze, interpret, share, and apply data in a meaningful way. The minor in big data and business analytics complements all majors across the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences.
This Business Economics minor is an opportunity to gain a diverse business education, while exploring what makes the economy move. It complements many business majors, especially finance, information systems, and global business.
With a minor in business law, you’ll explore alternative types of businesses in today's global economy including partnerships, corporations, trusts, subchapter corporations, and limited liability hybrids. You’ll study global issues and discover how modern commercial law relates to businesses.
An entrepreneurship minor will teach you how to identify business opportunities, write a business plan, manage risk, resolve conflict, and collaborate with teams. Choose from the following: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship, Family Entrepreneurship, Launching the New Venture, or Social Entrepreneurship.
With a finance minor, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of how people, institutions, markets, and countries generate and transfer wealth. You'll also learn how to manage assets and use analytical techniques to make financial decisions. Choose from the following: Corporate Finance, Finance, Financial Institutions, Financial Planning, or Investments.
The information systems minor complements all majors and will broaden your opportunities in the job market. You’ll learn how to analyze and manage operational information for all types of businesses.
A minor in international business will teach you how to have a global mindset and think about business strategies from a global perspective. You’ll explore global business concepts, such as foreign direct investment, outsourcing, and international ethics, and learn how to apply them to the workplace.
In the classroom, you’ll learn how to build a positive culture, create an engaged workforce, and lead diverse multicultural teams. Outside the classroom, you’ll participate in leadership experiences provided by the Leadership Journey Program.
A minor in management will teach you how to think critically about complex business challenges and help you develop effective motivational techniques. You'll discover new ways to improve efficiency, and learn how to effectively manage individuals from different cultural backgrounds.
With a marketing minor you'll learn how to create effective integrated business strategies including marketing, publicity and research, that are critical to the success of any business, product or idea. Choose from the following: Digital Marketing, Global Marketing, Marketing, Product Innovation and Branding, Professional Selling, or Sports Marketing.
Do you want to make a difference at nonprofits, healthcare organizations, or government agencies? A minor in public service will introduce you to the field of public management where you'll learn how to operate in publicly controlled bureaucracies, and how to contribute to public policy formation, strategy, and implementation.
With a minor in real estate, you’ll learn the basic concepts and principles of real estate through case studies. Your courses emphasize practical learning and use current examples from today’s industry.
How do you come up with creative solutions for social problems in the U.S. and abroad? The social impact minor addresses the specific social challenges of poverty, economic development, healthcare access, educational access, human rights, safety, and climate change, while providing practical, hands-on experience in implementing solutions.