Rutgers Business School’s Undergraduate Program in Newark and New Brunswick offers a minor in Business of Sustainability to provide students with a strong foundation in the broad functional areas of sustainability and business. The 18-credit minor consists of 6 three-credit introductory courses covering each of Rutgers Business School’s disciplinary areas. This combination provides a substantial and comprehensive overview of the major aspects of business administration.
The Business Administration minor requires the successful completion with a grade of "C" or better of the following courses and maintaining an overall GPA of at least 2.8:
|29:390:203||Introduction to Finance
OR Finance (29:390:329)*
|29:620:301||Introduction to Management|
|29:630:301||Introduction to Marketing|
|29:799:440||Foundation: Supply Chain Environmental Management/Green Purchasing;
must take all four courses above prior to taking this course
|Choice of one of the following:|
|29:522:334||Ethics in Business|
|29:382:302||Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
|29:382:342||Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development|
*Please note that if you intend to transfer into the Business School, Introduction of Finance (29:390:203) cannot be used for any Business School major. You will need to take Finance (29:390:329) instead and that course has the following pre-requisites: Applied Calculus (21:640:119), Statistics (21:220:203 OR 21:640:211), and Managerial Accounting (29:010:204).
Though the minor is kept to 18 credit hours, we further include the following as suggested courses to round out the experience (again, these courses are not required):
|29:220:101||Introduction to Micro Economics|
|21:220:102||Introduction to Macroeconomics|