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Minor in Management

Students interested in adding a Minor in Management should meet with the advisor in their major college to declare the minor and have it added to the degree plan. Students interested in obtaining a Minor concentration in Management must complete 18 hours with a “C-” or better from the following two categories:

Category One

Choose six to nine hours from the following:

  • MGMT 113: An Introduction to Management
  • MGMT 202: Principles of Financial Accounting
  • STATS 145: Introduction to Statistics or STATS 345: Elements of Mathematical Statistics & Probability Theory
  • ECON 106* : Introductory Microeconomics
    or ECON 105: Introductory Macroeconomics
    or ECON 300: Intermediate Microeconomics.

* ECON 106 is a prerequisite for several upper division Management courses

Please note: Students majoring in Economics will not be allowed to include economics courses in their Minor in Management. A maximum of three credits of economics will be counted toward the minor.

Category Two

Choose nine to twelve hours from 300-level management courses.

Students are encouraged to include courses from several areas of study in their minor. Areas of study include:

  • Human Resources Management (MGMT 306, MGMT 308)
  • Accounting (MGMT 303)
  • Law (MGMT 310)
  • Marketing (MGMT 322)
  • Financial Management (MGMT 326)
  • International Management (MGMT 328)
  • New Venture Strategies (MGMT 324)
  • Operations (MGMT 300)

Please consult the UNM catalog for course descriptions and pre-requisites.

For all students beginning their Management Minor after summer 2003, the requirements listed above must be followed. Students who began their minor prior to this date may complete their Minor in Management following the requirements listed in the previous UNM Catalog. Some 400 level courses will be allowed with the Dean’s prior approval.

Minor In Management Worksheet

Please track your progress using this worksheet.

Students interested in obtaining a Minor concentration in Management must complete 18 hours with a "C-" or better from the following:

Category One

Six to Nine hours from:

GradeCredits
MGMT 113______________
MGMT 202______________
STATS 145 or 345______________
ECON 106* or 105 or 300______________

* ECON 106 is a prerequisite for several upper division Management courses

Category Two

Nine to twelve hours from 300-level Management courses:

GradeCredits
MGMT 3________________
MGMT 3________________
MGMT 3________________
MGMT 3________________
Total Credit Hours (must equal 18):_______

Revised: March 12, 2008