General Business – for non-business majors
Students completing majors outside of the Neeley School may pursue a General Business minor. The goal of the General Business minor is to provide students in other disciplines with a broad base of knowledge about the business world by giving them an understanding and appreciation of business and its social and ethical environment. In addition, through introductory courses in the functional areas of business, the students are introduced to the rudimentary tools used in business settings to analyze problems and make decisions.
The general business minor requires 18 semester hours of coursework. Once a student matriculates at TCU, all coursework in the general business minor must be completed at TCU.
Students must complete ECON 10223: Introductory Microeconomics before being able to enroll in any course for the Business minor.
To declare a General Business minor, students must have: 1) a cumulative GPA of 2.5, 2) sophomore standing, and 3) one FULL semester completed AT TCU.
Required Courses (18 hours):
ACCT 20653 Introduction to Accounting
MARK 30653 Principles of Marketing
MANA 30653 Survey of Management
MANA 40653 Survey of Entrepreneurship
FINA 30653 Financial Planning
INSC 30653 Supply Chain Management
ACCT 20653 with a grade of "C" or better is a prerequisite to FINA 30653; INSC 30653; MANA 40653.
MANA 30653 with a grade of "C" or better is a prerequisite to MANA 40653.
MINIMUM GPA: To graduate with a general business minor, students must obtain a minimum GPA of 2.5 in courses making up the minor.
Courses taken for the business minor may not be substituted for or applied to any business major requirements. Students may not receive credit for both business minor and business major courses.
Students who earned credit for ACCT 20353 prior to declaring the general business minor may substitute that course of ACCT 20653 in the minor requirements.