Minors Available for the Roger A. Saunders School of Business & Hospitality Management

Students enrolled in a Bachelor Degree program at Newbury have the opportunity to declare a minor course of study. A minor allows you to supplement your degree with courses in an area different from you major as a complement to your major. To pursue a minor, students must take a minimum of 15 credits in that discipline. A 2.0 average in all minor courses is required to graduate with a minor.

Business Minor

  • AC101 Principles of Accounting
  • MN105 Principles of Management
  • MK105 Principles of Marketing
  • 2 additional Business electives at the 200-level or higher
  • SS102 Macroeconomics and SS103 Microeconomics are recommended in addition to the above

Finance Minor

  • AC204 Principles of Finance
  • FI307 Financial Institutions and Markets
  • FI311 Introduction to Investments
  • Any 2 of the following courses:
    • AC314 Government and Non-Profit Accounting
    • AC345 Forensic Accounting
    • FI305 Risk Management and Insurance
    • FI425 Corporate Financial Policy
    • IB305 International Finance

Health Care Management Minor

  • HA102 Principles of Health Care Management
  • HA240 Introduction to Epidemiology
  • HA307 Health Care Delivery
  • 2 additional Health Care (“HA”) courses

Hospitality Management Minor

  • HR103 Introduction to Hospitality Management
  • HR203 Sales of Hospitality Industry
  • HR210 Convention Management
  • Any 1 of the following courses:
    • HR102 Front Office Operations
    • HR209 Resort Management
    • HR250 Greening of the Hospitality Industry
  • Any 1 of the following courses:
    • HR341 Special Events Management
    • SM341 Sports Facilities and Events Planning

Meeting, Convention, and Event Planning Minor

  • HR210 Convention Management
  • HR341 Special Events Management
  • Any 1 of the following courses:
    • FA101 Principles of Retail Merchandising
    • HA102 Principles of Health Care Management
    • HR103 Introduction to Hospitality Management
    • MN105 Principles of Management
    • SM105 Principles of Sport Management
  • Any 2 of the following courses:
    • HR352 Trade Show and Exposition Operations
    • HR420 Event Design and Décor
    • HR440 Event Production and Technology

Sport Coaching Minor

  • SM201 Sport Psychology
  • SM230 Principles of Coaching
  • SM310 Effective Coaching Pedagogy
  • SM322 Science of Coaching
  • SM330 Coaching Theory and Practice

Sport Management Minor

  • SM105 Principles of Sport Management or MN105 Principles of Management
  • SM205 Sport Marketing
  • 3 additional Sport Management (“SM”) courses: 2 at the 200-level or higher and 1 at the 300-level or higher
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