Business (Minor)

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Stuart School of Business prepares students to thrive in industries and companies where innovation and technology are keys to success in a rapidly changing business environment.

For Illinois Tech students majoring in a technical field, a business-related minor can help you develop valuable business knowledge and skills to advance your career growth and take advantage of management and entrepreneurial opportunities.

The Minor in Business teaches students the fundamentals of economics, accounting, and strategic decision-making, offering a breadth of business and professional knowledge to supplement your undergraduate education.

Program Overview

The Minor in Business teaches students the fundamentals of economics, accounting, and strategic decision-making, offering a breadth of business and professional knowledge to help you advance your career growth and take advantage of management and entrepreneurial opportunities.

Career Opportunities

An advanced education opens up a variety of career opportunities.

The Minor in Business consists of a minimum of five courses drawn from the areas of accounting, economics, management, marketing, and business operations. A maximum of three courses may be shared between the business minor and the Minor in Entrepreneurship.

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The Minor in Business is available to all Illinois Tech undergraduate students except those majoring in business administration.

Featured Faculty

John Twombly
Director of Undergraduate Programs in Business Clinical Professor of Accounting and Finance, IIT Stuart School of Business Adjunct Faculty, Industrial Technology and Management
Priyanka Sharma
Assistant Professor of Economics
Liad Wagman
Professor of Economics
Khairy Tourk
Professor
Nik Rokop
Coleman Foundation Clinical Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship Director, Master of Technological Entrepreneurship
Andrew Kumiega
Assistant Professor of Analytics, IIT Stuart School of Business Adjunct Professor, Industrial Technology and Management
Li Cai
Associate Professor of Finance