Prerequisites for all technology management minor courses:
Completion of all designated prerequisite courses in accounting, mathematics and statistics. Students are required to complete five of the six courses listed to be certified for the minor. Note: Only students admitted to the minor will be allowed to enroll in these courses.
Statistics 13 or any 100 level course or above 4 units
Students must take these courses for a letter grade. Most prerequisites could be used to partially satisfy the University’s General Education requirements for science and engineering majors. No grade lower than a C- will be accepted in any prerequisite course.
Primary admission process will be conducted in the spring quarter prior to student registration for the fall quarter. Subsequent admissions processes will occur as needed for winter and spring quarters.
To complete the minor, students must complete a minimum of 20 units of coursework in the minor with a GPA of 2.0 or better.
All Technology Management Minor coursework must be taken within two years of being admitted to the program. Students may petition to have the minor noted on their transcript by completing the major form provided by their college. The same form will allow students to include coursework for the minor.Take the petition to Gallagher Hall Room 1101 for the appropriate signature.
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