Strengthen Your Résumé with a Minor in Business from Liberty University
What career are you excited about starting or advancing in? Maybe you want to be an art curator, historian, hospital administrator, writer, nurse, pilot, social worker, or something completely different. Regardless of what degree and career you’re pursuing, you will benefit from pursuing Liberty University’s Minor in Business.
Every profession requires some understanding of business. So regardless of where your passions lie, you’ll benefit from learning the basic tenets of business that are offered in this minor. Additionally, you’ll be giving yourself a marketable skill that employers need to see in the people they’re hiring. So don’t wait any longer — start curating your business knowledge today.
Why Choose an Online Minor in Business?
Business concepts are important in any field. Future ministry leaders in the Bachelor of Science in Religion online degree program, for example, need business skills to manage their resources. Students in the Bachelor of Science in Government online can equally benefit from the Minor in Business because of the close connection between business and government. Every career has business components, and adding Liberty’s Minor in Business to your degree will help you become a business-savvy employee.
Liberty University’s School of Business emphasizes Training Champions for Christ who are well-equipped with business skills. Our focus on commitment, service, and learning is a joint effort between faculty, students, and the God we serve.
Our Minor in Business is offered completely online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take business courses on our campus. Whether you are pursuing a degree in psychology, history, religion, or any field, Liberty’s Minor in Business will provide you with a valuable skill set that can set you apart from others.
What Will You Learn in Our Online Business Minor?
In your business minor, you will dive into areas such as financial, managerial, governmental, and nonprofit accounting, auditing, and taxation. With a Minor in Business, you will be introduced to financial accounting and the important concepts of business law. Our desire is to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to thrive in this ever-changing global environment from a Christian worldview.
Business Minor Course Requirements (18 hours)
- ACCT 211 – Financial Accounting
- BUSI 301 – Business Law
- BUSI 303 – International Business or BUSI 330 – Principles of Marketing
- BUSI 310 – Principles of Management
- BUSI 472 – Organizational Ethics
- ECON 214 – Principles of Macroeconomics