NBS offers a Business Minor which seeks to expose non-Accountancy and non-Business students to important and diverse aspects of business, providing a broad overview of general business essentials.
Succeeding in the corporate world today requires the synergy of technical skills and a broad knowledge of operations, finance, information technology and marketing.
The programme aims to:
- Complement your primary degree by providing subject-specific knowledge in areas such as markets, customer behavior, business law, operations, information technology and business strategies.
- Develop your skills in evaluating, planning and organising resources.
- Trains you to apply ideas which creates value and generates profits
Upon completion of the Minor in Business, you can contribute to the success of any organisation as you have the knowledge, skills and ability to make decisions which helps the organisation to identify opportunities and potential threats. This will ultimately open up more career opportunities.
To fulfil the requirements for the Business Minor programme, choose 5 courses (3 AUs each) from the following:
|BU5101||Accounting: A User Perspective|
|BU5401||Management Decision Tools|
|BU5501||Marketing for the 21st Century|
|BU5502||Marketing Communications: An Integrated Approach|
|BU5601||Fundamentals of Management|
|BU5302||Law of IP & New Media|
The award of minor will be reflected in a graduate’s transcript but not his degree certificate. No additional certificate will be issued.
- For students on the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core (ICC) Curriculum (full-time students admitted to Year 1 from AY2021-22, and full-time students admitted directly to Year 2 from AY2022-23), click here more details on the course requirement and grading.
- For students who are not on ICC Curriculum (full-time students admitted to Year 1 before AY2021-22, and full-time students admitted directly to Year 2 before AY2022-23), click here more details on the course requirement and grading.
- NIE students have to consult the NIE Office of Academic Administration and Services (OAAS) if they have intention to pursue a minor.
For more information, refer to the NTU Minor Programmes website.