Business Minor Options

Business for Non-Business Majors

  • 18 credit hours
  • Study critical areas of business in six courses (18 credit hours): accounting, business law, economics, finance, management and marketing
  • Take classes online and on-campus in fall, spring or summer semesters
  • Become more marketable to any employer in any discipline
  • Specifically targeted classes for non-business majors
  • Benefit from a well-rounded university experience with more connections and networking opportunities
  • Open to students in any non-business major

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Business Analytics

  • 12 credit hours
  • Develop a solid technical foundation in data analysis and model-driven management decision making skills
  • Perfect complement for any major and of special interest to business, computer science and engineering students
  • Meet high demands in multiple industries nationwide
  • Business Analytics minor is open to undergraduate business students only

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  • 18 credit hours for non-business majors
  • 12 credit hours for business majors
  • Gain the knowledge and skills to ramp up your own business
  • Innovate and think creatively about problem-solving and strategy

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Global Leadership

  • 12 credit hours
  • Study abroad
  • Learn to identify global opportunities to create, expand or re-energize organizations and initiatives
  • Gain first-hand experience by participating in global immersion projects designed to put knowledge into practice
  • Global Leadership minor is open to students in any UNL major

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Law and Business

  • 12 credit hours for non-business or business majors
  • Requires a 3.25 cumulative GPA or higher and junior standing
  • Taught by professors from the College of Law
  • Many jobs require a familiarity with legal concepts but not a juris doctor degree

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Non-Business Majors
Buss, D'vee K
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs
HLH 125 L
Business Anayltics
Ryan, Jennifer K
Ron and Carol Cope Professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics, Department Chair
HLH 511 B
Nelson, Samuel A
HLH 315 C
Global Leadership
Osiri, John Kalu
HLH 325 K
Law Minor
Dudney, Donna
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Curriculum and Programs
HLH 301 G

How to Enroll

Students interested in enrolling in either minor should do so through MyRed.

Clifton Builders Management Minor

The Clifton Builders Management minor is only available to students selected into the Clifton Builders Program. The goal of this minor, consisting of management and entrepreneurship courses, is to provide students with the confidence and tools to help develop their personal strengths and the leadership skills to create and impact the growth and success of organizations. There are three possible tracks: business builders, team builders, and community builders. These tracks allow students to tailor the minor to their needs according to the type of business model they plan to pursue. This minor is open to all business majors and is also open to non-business majors who are selected into the Clifton Builders Program. The enrollment deadline is February 1.