The Business minor is available to students in degree programs other than the Bachelor of Business Administration. Students should check with their department and/or the calendar to determine whether the minor is applicable to their degree.
Requirements and procedures
Once enrolled in a major program of study in a degree program which permits a Business minor, students can contact the School of Business to declare a Business
minor and to discuss developing a program plan of study with a School of Business program advisor.
Completion of a minimum of 30 credits including BUS 100 and 6 additional credits of Business or Economics.
Minimum CGPA of 2.00.
C+ or better in one of Principles of Mathematics 12 of Pre-calculus 12 (see Note).
Mathematics requirement can also be satisfied by a C+ or better in one of MATH 096 or MATH 110, a C+ or better in both MATH 094 and 095, a C or better in one of MATH 092 or MATH 140, or a score of 17/25 or better on Part B of the MSAT together with a score of 34/50 or better on Parts A and B combined.
Completion of a Business minor would be done concurrently with completion of the Bachelor's degree in the chosen major field of study. Courses needed to fulfill prerequisite requirements can be taken without additional time for degree completion provided a student declares the minor early enough to plan for the prerequisite requirements of upper-level courses.
Students must complete 30 credits including a 100-level Economics course, four lower-level Business courses, and five upper-level Business courses (one of which may be an Economics course).
Introductory Financial Accounting I
or ECON 101
Four upper-level BUS courses
One upper-level BUS or ECON course
Depending on the lower-level elective courses selected, additional prerequisite courses may be required for upper-level elective(s) in Business or Economics.
Students must complete at least 50% of the courses required in the minor at UFV.
A minimum program GPA of 2.67 in the courses applying to the Business minor is required for graduation.