Minors for Non-Management Students

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Faculty of Management Minors for Non-Management Students

The Desautels Faculty of Management has four minors that allow undergraduate non-Management students to develop a variety of managerial skills that will serve them throughout their chosen careers.

All minors are 18 credits split between a fixed set of required courses and a choice amongst complementary courses. Students can only pursue one of the minors offered by the Desautels Faculty of Management. On an exceptional basis, students may be permitted a maximum of one Continuing Studies course for credit within their chosen Management minor.

All minors for non-Management students have limited enrolment and require an application; the application form may be found at www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/bcom/academics/course-information/minors-non-management-students. The application deadline is June 1. Decisions will be made by July 1, whereby students will be informed via their McGill email address. Courses for minors must be passed with grades of C or better. Courses for minors cannot be taken under the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option. Students must inform their Faculty when they are approved for one of the four minors, to ensure timely graduation.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2017-2018 (last updated Aug. 17, 2017) (disclaimer)

Minor in Entrepreneurship for Science Students

Minor in Entrepreneurship for Science Students

Detailed information on this Minor can be found under Faculty of Science > Undergraduate > Browse Academic Units & Programs > Entrepreneurship for Science Students.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2017-2018 (last updated Aug. 17, 2017) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Minor Finance (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits)

The Minor Finance consists of 18 credits of Management courses and is offered to non-Management students in the Faculties of Arts, Engineering, and Science. The Minor has been designed to provide students with an understanding of the key concepts in corporate finance as well as investment banking.

For more information, see Minor Finance (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Minor Management (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits)

The Minor Management consists of 18 credits of Management courses and is currently offered to non-Management students in the following Faculties: Arts, Engineering, Science, Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Music, Religious Studies, and Kinesiology. ...

For more information, see Minor Management (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Minor Marketing (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits)

The Minor Marketing consists of 18 credits of Management courses and is currently offered to non-Management students in the Faculties of Arts, Engineering, Science, and the Schulich School of Music. ...

For more information, see Minor Marketing (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits).

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Minor Operations Management (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits)

The Minor Operations Management consists of 18 credits of Management courses and is currently offered to non-Management students in the Faculties of Arts, Engineering, Science, and Agricultural & Environmental Sciences. ...

For more information, see Minor Operations Management (For Non-Management Students) (18 credits).

Minor in Technological Entrepreneurship for Engineering Students

Minor in Technological Entrepreneurship for Engineering Students

Detailed information on this Minor can be found under Faculty of Engineering > Undergraduate > Browse Academic Units & Programs > Minor Programs > Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) - Minor Technological Entrepreneurship (18 credits).

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2017-2018 (last updated Aug. 17, 2017) (disclaimer)
Desautels Faculty of Management—2017-2018 (last updated Aug. 17, 2017) (disclaimer)