Undergraduate Minor & Certificates
Undergraduate Business Minor
Designed for non-business majors who want to learn fundamental business essentials, our 18-hour business minor provides broad exposure to marketing, accounting, finance, management and economics.
Business Minor Requirements
- Students must have a minimum 2.0 Texas Tech GPA and 12 earned hours to declare a minor.
- Transfer students without a Texas Tech GPA must have a cumulative 2.0 transfer GPA.
- All prerequisites must be met prior to taking each course.
- A minimum grade of C is needed to complete minor requirements.
- All junior- and senior-level business courses must be taken at Texas Tech University unless approved by an advisor at Rawls College.
|BA 3301||Fundamentals of Marketing|
|BA 3302||Financial and Managerial Accounting|
|BA 3303||Foundations of Finance|
|BA 3304||Operations Management|
|BA 3305||Organization Management|
|BA 3306||Fundamentals of Business Economics|
Our certificate programs allow you to develop expertise in a trending business topic that complements your major area of study. As an extra credential on your resume, a certificate can help you stand out in today's competitive job market.
Gain broad accounting knowledge while learning about financial reporting for investors/creditors, budgeting/performance evaluations and federal income taxation.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of modern banking operations and practices while learning about credit and lending, personal selling and managing financial institutions.
Acquire the skills needed for a career in commercial real estate through coursework in residential/commercial brokerage, appraisals and real estate property/portfolio management.
Gain the foundation and analytical knowledge required to diagnose problems and develop data-driven solutions to today's toughest business problems.
Acquire the specialized energy-related business knowledge needed to lead energy-driven discussions and decisions.
Learn essential finance principles, including overviews of analysis, investments and real estate, while gaining strategic business decision-making skills.
Gain a deeper understanding of IT while learning how to evaluate, design, and use software systems to solve business problems and improve decision-making.
Develop an understanding of international business by completing a study abroad experience and coursework on international policies/economies and global marketing practices.
Master the essential interpersonal skills required for managerial positions while learning about organizational management and strategic leadership.
Learn how to develop successful sales strategies, implement new technologies, and build and maintain valuable business relationships.
Learn how to help companies navigate ever-changing developments related to environmental, social and governance initiatives.
Rawls College of Business
AddressRawls College of Business, Box 42101, 703 Flint Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79409