Program overview

Interested in exploring the principles of business? Adding a business minor from the Norm Brodsky College of Business will diversify your knowledge and provide you with in-demand business skills.

In this minor, intended for non-business majors, you will gain foundational knowledge in business, including the fundamentals of economics and core concepts in financial accounting, management, finance and marketing. 

A business minor with major impact

Stand out from the crowd by adding business knowledge to your undergraduate course of study and learn to speak the language of business.

With an interdisciplinary major and a minor in business from Rider you will:

  • Enter the workforce career-ready
  • Gain cutting-edge experience in a program of your choice and the Norm Brodsky College of Business
  • Be in high-demand because of your varied and in-demand skill set
  • Complete engaged learning opportunities that combine your interests
  • Graduate with a network of connections in both fields
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Minor requirements

Our 24-credit minor will provide you with an understanding of the language and basic concepts of business. You will learn the fundamentals of economics and core concepts in financial accounting, management, finance and marketing. In addition, you will learn about the legal environment in which business operates.

Contact

General Business (Minor)

Ira Sprotzer

Associate Professor and Chairperson

Sweigart Hall

sprotzer [at] rider.edu

609-896-5280

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