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The Business Management minor provides students with a basic understanding of the accounting and commercial language organizations use. The minor also offers knowledge and skills to supplement your career choice. The minor can be integrated with a variety of majors, such as communication arts, dance, theatre, political science, history, and international studies.
Why Study Business Management at MMC?
The business management curriculum at MMC will teach you the language of business to help you navigate the global world of commerce and enterprise. You can choose from a wide array of electives to customize your business exploration. Combine it with your own special interests in music, dance, art or theatre to build your own customized set of skills in marketing, branding, public relations, management, or entrepreneurship. Our business management minors have forged successful careers in media and arts management, non-profit management, retail management, consulting, and entertainment.
What You Will Learn
- Apply business and accounting concepts and theories to solve problems
- Analyze business issues from a perspective that embraces social responsibility
- Develop creative and critical thinking skills
In addition to the foundational courses in accounting, business, and marketing, you will choose electives from a list that includes courses such as:
- Digital Marketing
- Business Law
- Visual Merchandising
As a business management minor, you’ll graduate with cultural awareness, critical thinking skills, problem-solving creativity, communication skills, and interdisciplinary capabilities.
MMC’s Business Management minor provided me with flexibility with the curriculum. After learning the basics of business, I was able to invest my time with the aspects of business that interested me, which was primarily accounting and financing. This insight and knowledge not only inspires me to start my own business, but gives me the power to do so.William Bryan ’21
“I’ve been part of so many organizations because being a student leader means helping other student leaders,” she quips.“ At MMC, I was involved in diverse extracurricular activities on campus, including serving as the President of the Student Government Association (SGA); Treasurer of Unbranded (Fashion Marketing Association); Vice- President of Global Citizen Society; Cultural Peer Mentor and Peer Leader for the NYC Seminar.”Brenelle Braganza ’19
As a student, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in long-term study abroad programs or in faculty-led travel courses that complement your interests, expand your understanding of other cultures, and open your eyes to your possibilities.