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The H-E-B School of Business & Administration at UIW

Business Minors

Taking business courses can be valuable to any student, regardless of their major. Whether you plan to be a communications specialist, fashion designer, or nutritionist, a minor in one of our eight concentrations will assist you on your path towards professional success.

Students may choose from the following business minors:


 

Accounting Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Accounting, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    A. The following 15 semesters hours:

    • ACCT 2311 – Principles of Accounting I
    • ACCT 2312 – Principles of Accounting II

    B. 9 semester hours of upper division accounting electives.

    • Course prerequisites must be observed.

 


Business Administration Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Business Administration, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    The following 18 semester hours:

    • ACCT 2301 – Accounting for Non-Business Majors
    • BINT 3331 – International Business Management
    • BMGT 3340 – Management Theory and Practice
    • BMKT 3331 – Principles of Marketing
    • BLAW 3317 – Business Law
    • MIS 2321 – Introduction to Information Systems

 


Economics Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Economics, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    The following 18 semester hours:

    • ECON 2301 – Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECON 2302 – Principles of Microeconomics
    • ECON 3325 – Econometrics
    • ECON 3340 – Public Finance
    • ECON 4310 – International Economics
    • ECON 4350 – Latin American Economics

 


Finance Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Finance, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    The following 15 semester hours:

    • BFIN 3310 – Personal Financial Planning
    • BFIN 3321 – Principles of Financial Management
    • BFIN 3322 – Intermediate Financial Management
    • BFIN 3324 – Investment Planning
    • BFIN 3325 – Money and Capital Markets 

    Note: Two of the courses above also require prerequisites which must be met: ACCT 2311, ECON 2301, and ECON 2302.

 


Financial Planning Minor

The Financial Planning minor is designed to provide Accounting students an opportunity to gain an understanding of current topics in financial planning as well as to develop the necessary skills to prepare comprehensive financial plans. Students who complete the required courses will fulfill the education requirements to be eligible to take the Certified Financial Planner exam.

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Financial Planning, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    The following 21 semester hours:

    • ACCT 3315 – Federal Income Tax I
    • BFIN 3310 – Personal Financial Planning
    • BFIN 3324 – Investment Planning
    • BFIN 3326 – Risk Management and Insurance
    • BFIN 4310/BLAW 4310 – Estate Planning
    • BFIN 4315 – Retirement Planning and Benefits
    • BFIN 4381 – Financial Planning Capstone

 


International Business Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in International Business, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    A. The following 6 semester hours:

    • BINT 3331 – International Business Management
    • BINT 3361 – International Marketing

    B. 9 semester hours from the following courses:

    • BINT 3345/ACCT 3345 – International Accounting
    • BINT 3355/BFIN 3355 – International Banking and Finance
    • BINT 4310/ECON 4310 – International Economics
    • BINT 4320/BLAW 4320 – International Business Law
    • BINT 4340 – International Entrepreneurship
    • BINT 4360 – Cross Border
    • BINT 4380/BMKT 4380 – Importing and Exporting
    • BINT 4390 – International Policies and Relations
    • BINT 4399 – Special Topics

 


Management Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Management, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    A. The following 12 semester hours:

    • BMGT 3340 – Management Theory and Practice
    • BMGT 3354 – Human Resource Management
    • BMGT 4355 – Organizational Behavior
    • BMGT 4390 – Business Ethics

    B. 6 semester hours from the following courses:

    • ACCT 2301 – Accounting for Non-Business Majors
    • MIS 2321 – Introduction to Information Systems
    • BMGT 3380 – Business Communication
    • BMGT 4340 – Management Skills
    • BMGT 4315 – Retirement Planning and Benefits
    • BMGT 4351 – Seminar in Business and Society
    • BMGT 4356 – Fundamentals of Organizational Change and Development
    • BMGT 4363/MIS 4363 – Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture and Design
    • BMGT 4370 – Project Management
    • BMGT 4373 – Operations Management
    • BMGT 4399 – Special Topics

 


Management Information Systems Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in MIS, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    A. The following course:

    • MIS 2321 Introduction to Information Systems

    B. 12 semester hours of MIS courses at the 3000 level or above:

    • MIS 3325 –  Introduction to Business Analytics and Business Intelligence
    • MIS 3362 – Systems Analysis and Specification
    • MIS 3363 – Design and Implementation of Databases and Systems
    • MIS 4310 – iOS Application Development and Management
    • MIS 4363/BMGT 4363 – Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture and Design
    • MIS 3367 – Networks and Telecommunications
    • MIS 4320 – Android Application Development and Management
    • MIS 4325 – Predictive Analytics and Forecasting
    • MIS 4330 – Data Mining and Data Analytics
    • MIS 4335 – Large Scale Distributed Processing
    • MIS 4346 – Systems and Quality Management
    • MIS 4370/BMGT 4370 – Project Management
    • MIS 4373 – Operations Management
    • MIS 4399 – Special Topics

 


Marketing Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Marketing, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    A. Required courses:

    • BMKT 3331 – Principles of Marketing

    and one (1) of the following:

    • ACCT 2301 – Accounting for Non-Business Majors
    • ACCT 2311 – Principles of Accounting I

    B. 12 semester hours from the following upper-level Marketing courses:

    • BMKT 3333 – Integrated Marketing Communications
    • BMKT 3334 – Service Marketing
    • BMKT 3340 – Retailing
    • BMKT 3355 – Internet Marketing
    • BMKT 3361/BINT 3361 – International Marketing
    • BMKT 3365 – Product Design and Brand Management
    • BMKT 3377 – Consumer Behavior
    • BMKT 4390 – Marketing Management

 


Sport Management Minor

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Sport Managment, students must complete the following:

  • Requirements

    The following 18 semester hours:

    • SMHP 3301 – Introduction to Sport Management
    • SMHP 3302 – Human Factors in Sport Management
    • SMHP 3303 – Seminar in Sports Organizations and Public Market
    • BMKT 3331 – Principles of Marketing
    • BMKT 3333 – Integrated Marketing Communications
    • PEHP 4345 – Psychomotor Development: Educational Implications

 

For more information, please contact:

H-E-B School of Business and Administration
University of the Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway CPO #290
San Antonio, Texas 78209
210-805-5884
hebsba@uiwtx.edu

 

Business programs in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration are accredited by The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. The University of the Incarnate Word is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4500, Web site: www.sacscoc.org.