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Minor Options

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Krannert students may choose to minor in Economics or Human Resource Management. Purdue students in colleges other than Krannert may minor in Management, Economics or Human Resource Management. Details below.

Minor in Management

If you are a non-Krannert student, you may choose to minor in Management (Not available to Krannert Majors). This requires you to successfully complete 15 credit hours from the Management minor plan of study. You would graduate with your bachelor's degree in your chosen major with a minor in management.

Management Minor plan of study

Minor in Business Economics

If you are a non-Krannert or Krannert student, you may choose to minor in Business Economics. This minor requires Managerial Economics (ECON 30100) and then two upper-division elective courses. However, at least one of the upper-division electives must come from a short list of business-focused courses. 

Business Economics Minor plan of study

Minor in Economics

If you are a non-Krannert or Krannert student you may choose to minor in Economics. This requires you to successfully complete 15 credit hours from the Economics minor plan of study. You would graduate with your bachelor's degree in your chosen major with a minor in management.

Economics Minor plan of study

Current Purdue students looking for course registration information can find that here.

Human Resource Management (HRMM) Minor

If you are a non-Krannert or Krannert student, you may choose to minor in Human Resources Management (HRM). The one exception is that students cannot major in General Management and minor in Human Resources Management. The HRM Minor requires you to successfully complete 15 credit hours from the HRM Minor plan of study. You would graduate with your bachelor's degree in your chosen major with a minor in HRM.

Human Resources Management Minor plan of study

Current Purdue students looking for course registration information can find that here.

Summer Business Academy

The Krannert Summer Business Academy currently includes 18 courses for summer 2017: Introductory and Intermediate Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Accounting; Econometrics; Industrial Organization; Financial Management; Business Statistics; Marketing; Business Law; Management Information Systems; Strategic Management; Human Resources; and Organizational Behavior.

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