College of Business

Minors and Certificates

Minors in Business

A minor is a program of courses in a designated subject area distinct from and outside a student's degree major. Minors require 18 to 30 units for completion. A grade point average of 2.0 or higher must be earned for courses in a minor.

Completion of a minor is noted in a student’s degree transcript. The College of Business offers the following minors:


Certificates in Business

A certificate is a structured combination of courses that may be taken in addition to a degree program or as a stand-alone program. Students will be admitted to certificate programs only if they meet standards for admission. Certificates may be undergraduate (at least 21 units) or post-baccalaureate (at least 12 units).

Completion of an undergraduate certificate requires students to earn a grade point average of 2.5 with at least a "C" earned in each course required for the certificate. A grade point average of 3.0 must be earned for courses required for a post-baccalaureate certificate with at least a "B-" earned in each course. Successful completion of a certificate program is recognized with a “Certificate of Completion” by the University.

The College of Business offers the following certificates: