A business administration minor provides non-business majors with a basic understanding of management issues allowing you to expand your career options and demonstrate your versatility and flexibility on a resume.
Pursuing a minor in business administration can complement any degree offered at Truman. Whether you are an art, music, history or science major, a background in business administration can make the difference in landing that all-important first job.
Unlimited Opportunities for Your Extraordinary Talents
Once you have secured that first job opportunity, the business administration minor can help you move you up the ladder within your organization. In addition, should you decide to take a more entrepreneurial route and open your own theater, gallery or laboratory facility, you will have enough business background to help you succeed.
Learn Among the Best
Truman’s School of Business is among the elite group of schools accredited by the AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, a confirmation of our commitment to quality business education. This accreditation ensures you’re among a community of intellectuals who demand the highest standards—from intensive coursework, to dedicated professors, to the contributions made by highly motivated students.
May 30, 2019
The Truman State University chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma inducted 17 new members on April 27, 2019. Beta Gamma Sigma-The International Business Honor Society recognizes the most outstanding students at institutions accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Beta Gamma Sigma membership is the highest recognition that an AACSB-accredited […]
May 28, 2019
The School of Business and Accounting Department recognized the Master of Accountancy graduates during the annual Hooding Ceremony on the morning of May 11, 2019. Twenty-seven students were slated to earn their degrees in May or August. Amy Pinson, CPA (’03), Senior Manager for Transfer Pricing at Bayer, gave the keynote talk, and Ty Goold […]