With a Ross Minor in Business, you can complement your undergrad major from another University of Michigan college with core business concepts. A cohesive set of courses arms you with the fundamental business skills that will round out your education — and make you a more attractive job candidate.
To earn the minor, you must successfully complete 15 credit hours at Ross, including a flexible core and electives. In addition, you must also complete certain prerequisites and the co-requisite ECON 101 (see below).
Eligible courses you took before being accepted to the minor can count toward the requirements. You must complete all minor requirement courses for credit and for a grade (not pass/fail). A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000 is required within the minor coursework.
Only students who are accepted to the minor via the admission process will be eligible to have the Minor in Business listed on their university record, regardless of coursework completed. Once admitted to the minor, you will work with a Ross advisor to declare the minor, confirm you are meeting the minor requirements, and determine the appropriate coursework from these options. Questions? Contact BusinessMinor@umich.edu. Admitted students may schedule a Minor in Business advising appointment.
Contact BusinessMinor@umich.edu. Admitted students may schedule a Minor in Business advising appointment.