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
is an attractive addition to any STEM student who will go on to work for a company
or organization, or start an enterprise of your own.
See Business Minor Requirements.
No matter what your major, a minor in economics will help you learn to examine and solve high-level business, economic, and social problems. It provides a strong background and educational complement to a variety of degree programs—including law, actuarial science, and engineering.
Complement your STEM skills with a minor in FinTech (Financial Technology), the only FinTech minor in Michigan. You will become familiar with statistics, programming, and financial decision-making, while growing specialized skills in financial engineering, investments, risk management, and financial technology—sought after competencies by recruiters in the field.
Travel the world while you earn college credit! Earn a minor in global business and combine a study-abroad or faculty-led travel experience with business, economics, and foreign language courses. You’ll gain an edge in your post-college career search—and have a life-changing experience in another culture.