Minor Requirements, Business Track
Students may combine a liberal arts major with a business minor; any
student wishing to do so must complete a Declaration of Minor Form.
Minor courses must be taken at Rosemont College, unless advance written
permission is received from the division chair.
*Students may substitute ECO-0101, Introduction to Micro-Economics, 3
credits, and ECO-L101, Introduction to Micro-Economics Problems and
Applications, 1 credit.
|A minor in Business requires 21 to 22 credits chosen from the following classes:
||Macro-Economics Problems & Applications*
||Financial Accounting I
||Financial Accounting II
||Management Information Systems
|Three Business or Accounting electives
The general business minor can also be designed to compliment a
student’s major course of study. It must include a minimum of 18 credits
and must be approved by the discipline chair.
Minor Requirements, Accounting Track
Students may combine a
liberal arts major with an accounting minor; any student wishing to do
so must complete a Declaration of Minor Form. Minor courses must be
taken at Rosemont College, unless advance written permission is received
from the Discipline Chair.
|A minor in Accounting requires 21 credits chosen from the following classes:|
|ACC-0100||Financial Accounting I ||3 credits|
|ACC-0101||Financial Accounting II||3 credits|
|ACC-0200||Managerial/Cost Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC-0210||Intermediate Accounting I||3 credits|
|ACC-0220||Intermediate Accounting II||3 credits|
|Two Accounting or Business electives||6 credits|
Minor in International Relations
A minor in International Relations is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students for living and working in an increasingly globalized world. Students will develop an understanding of how the world has transformed, learn about political, social and economic interconnections between individuals and groups, and explore various international issues.
The program requires the completion of 18 credit hours via 6 courses, and the minor will be awarded by the Undergraduate College.
|1 Required International Course
|PSC 0290 - Introduction to International Relations
PSC 281 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
|1 Required Domestic Course
|PSC 295 - American Foreign Policy
PSC 103 - Introduction to American Politics
|BUS 480 – Introduction to International Business
COM 215 - Intercultural Communication
HIS 362 - Origins of the Great War
HIS 363 - Europe Since 1945
ECO 100 - Introduction to Macro-Economics
PSC 265 - International Organizations
PSC 283 - Politics of Sustainability
PSC 287 - International Security
PSC 288 - Model UN
PSC 295 - American Foreign Policy
PSC 360 - International Political Economy
WST 245 - Gender, War, and Peace: What if Women Ruled the World?
Any foreign language course at 300 level or higher