John Molson minors
A minor is a secondary classification of elective credits designed to complement a major. They are designed to fit within the structure of a degree so as not to extend program length (i.e. Business minors take the place of 12 elective credits within a degree program). Minors are not compulsory and do not replace completing a major.
Business students may choose to pursue a Business minor or a non-business minor (see below). A Business minor consists of 12 credits (4 courses) and may be selected from one of the 13 listed below. Business minors are not open to non-business students.
Non-business students may consider the following options, however.
Please note that business students may change minors, provided that they have completed at least 12 credits at Concordia and are in good academic standing. To change minors, simply fill in a Change of Concentration form and submit it to room MB 4.201.
Alternatively, business students may choose to follow business courses outside of their major without having the minor. Learn more about business electives.
|Business Minors||Required Courses|
|Assurance, Fraud Prevention, and Investigative Services||ACCO 350
|Business Technology Management||
Plus 3 additional credits chosen from:
|Data Intelligence||BSTA 445
Plus 6 additional 300-level credits offered by the Economics Department
|Entrepreneurship||12 credits to be chosen from:
Plus 6 additional 400-level credits offered by the Finance Department.
|Financial Reporting (formerly known as Financial Accountancy)||
|Human Resource Management||MANA 362
Plus 9 additional credits chosen from:
|Information Systems Audit and Risk Management||12 credits chosen from:
Plus 6 additional 300 or 400-level credits offered by the Management Department.
Management Accounting (formerly known as Managerial Accountancy)
*Note that the Minor in Management Accounting is no longer offered as of September 2019. Students who began the Minor in Management Accounting prior to September 2019 will be permitted to complete it.
Plus 6 additional credits offered by the Accountancy Department.
Plus 6 additional MARK credits offered by the Department of Marketing.
|Real Estate||FINA 210
6 additional credits chosen from:
3 additional credits chosen from:
|Supply Chain Operations Management||SCOM 361