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The minor in athletic coaching (reference number 320) requires 21 to 24 semester hours. Students must complete the following courses: SPM 200, PE 310, 311, 312, and 493. In addition to these core courses, students shall select eight (8) to nine (9) hours from the following coaching courses: PE 333, 340, 341, 342, or 343. The minor is designed for those persons who want to enter a teaching and coaching career and who do not desire to major in physical education.
The minor in broadcasting (reference number 330) requires a minimum of 18 semester hours. The following courses are required: BCOM 201, 261 or 266, 301 and 325. The remaining courses must be chosen in consultation with an assigned faculty advisor. One-half the hours in the minor must be at the 300- or 400-level.
The business administration minor (reference number 332) provides a basic exposure to business for students whose majors are outside the Gordon Ford College of Business. It involves courses from each of the college departments and is administered through the Office of the Dean. Students with a minor in business administration receive a 3- hour waiver in upper-division coursework in the minor.
Facility and Event Management
The facility and event management minor (reference number 367) provides students with practical knowledge and skills for the effective management of facilities and events. The minor requires a minimum of 21 semester hours. Students must complete the following courses: REC 306, REC 404, REC 426, SPM 450, REC 490, and six hours of advisor approved electives.
The international business minor (reference number 333) prepares students to be effective citizens and leaders in a global environment of growing economic interdependence among nations. The program is open to all qualified undergraduates who want to pursue professional positions in both small and large multinational firms.
The marketing minor (reference number 413) provides an attractive complement to many traditional liberal arts majors. Combinations of marketing with foreign language, agriculture, advertising, the performing arts, sports, health care and hospitality services, fashion retailing and others would broaden and strengthen career options. Marketing has a role in any occupational field that involves consumers and the choices which they make. The marketing minor is also appropriate for business majors who wish to increase their understanding of marketing.
The minor in Community Recreation (reference number 444) requires a minimum of 24 semester hours. Students must complete the following courses: REC 200, 302, 306, 328, 420, 493 and six hours of advisor approved electives.