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Minor in Business Administration

The mission of the program in Business Administration is to graduate students who are readily employable and highly qualified for further education. Students will have a practical balance of theoretical knowledge, experiential learning, strong ethical values, and global leadership skills. We enhance learning by close involvement in international maritime affairs, unique educational platforms, vibrant industrial partnerships, and diversity of faculty, staff and cadets.

In addition to the general requirements for earning a minor at Cal Maritime, and to receive a transcript notation of having completed the specific requirements for a minor in Business Administration, the student will have completed a minimum of 18* units from the following curriculum:

All students must complete the following courses**:

BUS 100.  Accounting Principles I:  Financial                            3 units

BUS 200.  Introduction to Marketing                                          3 units

MTH 107.  Elementary Statistics                                                3 units


Plus three of the following courses:

BUS 101.  Accounting Principles II:  Managerial                        3 units

BUS 300.  International Business                                               3 units

BUS 310.  Financial Management                                              3 units

ECO 101.  Microeconomics                                                        3 units

LAW 100.  Business Law                                                           3 units

MGT 205.  Organizational Behavior & Labor Relations              3 units

MGT 340.  Global Logistics                                                        3 units

* No coursework used to fulfill minor requirements may simultaneously fulfill requirements toward another minor or toward courses that are tagged on the student's curriculum sheet as a "Course in Major." If any Business Administration minor course is required by the student's major, the student must replace that course requirement with an elective course of the same number of credits.

** Course substitutions to the above requirements are to be considered by the minor advisor and department chair only upon written request from the student and documentation of comparable experience.

Minor Advisor: 
Dr. Tony Lewis

 


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