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Double Minor with an Economics Major

Managerial Studies double minor for students WITH an Economics major.

Financial Economics:

•   ECON 1500 (previously 150): Economic Statistics (share with Economics major)
•   FNEC 1600 (140): Financial Accounting
•   FNEC 2700 (240): Corporate Finance

and three of the following courses

  • FNEC 2600 (220): Managerial Accounting
  • FNEC 3700 (261): Investment Analysis
  • FNEC 3705 (275): Financial Management
  • FNEC 3710: Corporate Valuation

Corporate Strategy:

•   MGRL 1100 (194): Fundamentals of Management
•   MGRL 3250 (198): Corporate Strategy

and two of the following courses

  • MGRL 1200 (190): Principles of Marketing
  • MGRL 2200: Data Analysis and Presentation
  • MGRL 3105 (185): Negotiation
  • MGRL 3110: Business Management
  • MGRL 3200 (191): Advanced Marketing
  • MGRL 3209 (192): Creative Advertising
  • MGRL 3300 (195): Entrepreneurial Challenge
  • MGRL 2300 (196): Entrepreneurship: The Business Planning Process

**Economics majors must complete 15 hours of credit in FNEC courses to complete the Financial Economics minor. This means ECON 2300 and ECON 3300 cannot count towards the minor even if these courses are not counting towards your economics major.

Minors may be combined with any departmental or interdisciplinary major; however, the minor in Managerial Studies must include 15 credit hours that are being counted solely toward the minor. Students electing a second minor in Managerial Studies must complete at least 12 credit hours counted solely toward the second minor. For those of you double minoring in Corporate Strategy and Financial Economics, you must view Financial Economics as your first minor and Corporate Strategy as your second minor.

Due to the unique situation of a double Managerial Studies minor, the Degree Audit in YES may sometimes lead students to the wrong conclusions about which classes or how many classes they need to take. If you are considering double minors in Managerial Studies we strongly recommend visiting the Managerial Studies administration to review course requirements in Calhoun 215.