Enhance your skill set, explore different interests, and make yourself more versatile.
Adding a minor in another business area can give you the flexibility to pursue multiple career paths, employ analytical skills, or go into business for yourself.
The business administration minor delivers an overview of the core business subjects — accounting, economics, finance, ISDS, management, and marketing. With this minor, you earn practical and marketable skills that set you apart from your peers.
This minor is not available to students in the E. J. Ourso College of Business.
The energy minor prepares students to work in one of the world’s most vital industries. The curriculum includes energy economics, geology, petroleum accounting, energy trading, and real estate.
The energy minor is open to all LSU undergraduate students.
Students in the entrepreneurship minor will learn to identify and develop an opportunity. The skills learned in this minor can be used to launch a business, start a nonprofit, or become an innovative leader in an existing organization.
The entrepreneurship minor is available to all LSU students, except those pursuing a BS in Entrepreneurship.
With a minor in information technology management, students will explore the strategic application of information technology in an organization and the design and development of information systems solutions.
The IT management minor is available to all LSU students, except those majoring in ISDS and general business majors with an IT management concentration.
LSU is a worldwide leader in the field of internal auditing. An internal auditing minor includes courses in accounting, information systems & decision sciences, and Governance, Risk & Controls.
The internal auditing minor is open to all LSU students through the LSU Center for Internal Auditing & Cybersecurity Risk Management (LSUCIA&CRM).
Students develop vital skills and a worldview through internationally-focused business courses. The international business minor is ideal for those who wish to work or live internationally.
The international business minor is open to all LSU students.
A graduate minor in public administration is available to students pursuing doctoral studies in other fields whose work can be complemented by public administration courses emphasizing work in all levels of government, non-profit organizations, universities, healthcare, and/or private entities that deal with governmental organizations and policy issues.