A minor allows you to specialize in a discipline outside of your major. To pursue a minor, you must first be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program and file a Curriculum Add/Drop Form with the Registrar's Office to declare the minor. We recommend that you begin your minor studies as early as possible in your academic career.
Differentiate yourself with a foundation of business skills. The minor in Business from Michigan Tech is a smart addition for any STEM student looking to advance in a company or organization, or start an enterprise of their own.
Business IT Solutions
Build foundational knowledge about how IT systems and business operations are developed,
used, integrated, and managed to produce value for organizations and customers. Students
pursuing the Business IT Solutions minor at Michigan Tech learn to analyze business
challenges and design and propose technical solutions.
The $1.3 trillion construction industry requires a diverse team of leaders to manage projects and companies. A good fit for engineering and business majors seeking to enter industry at a management level, the Construction Management minor at Michigan Tech empowers you to apply specialized principles, practices, and procedures in the management of firms and projects.
No matter your major, a minor in Economics will help you examine and solve high-level business, economic, and social challenges. The ability to apply economics principles, coupled with a degree from Michigan Tech, will inform better decisions in many fields of industry—including law, actuarial science, and engineering.
Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Innovation
Immerse yourself in new ventures, innovations, and emerging technologies. In the Entrepreneurship,
Technology, and Innovation minor, Huskies will develop competencies for an entrepreneurial mindset, such as organizing and managing technology-based
enterprises. Launch your career ready to transform leading technology industries.
Complement your STEM skills with a minor in FinTech (Financial Technology) from Michigan Tech, the only FinTech minor in the state. Students will become familiar with statistics, programming, and financial decision-making, while growing specialized skills in financial engineering, investments, risk management, and financial technology—competencies sought after by recruiters in the field.
Travel the world while you earn college credit! Earn a minor in Global Business from Michigan Tech and combine a study-abroad or faculty-led travel experience with business, economics, and foreign language courses. You’ll gain global career opportunities—and have a life-changing experience in another culture.