MinorBusiness Management

Minoring in Business Management involves the study of activities associated with running a company (planning, organizing, directing, monitoring and controlling.) Students will learn to think about the overall picture of a business’s operations and how it interacts with larger market forces. This is a 22-credit program.

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Business Management Curriculum Overview

A Business Management minor at Concordia University, St. Paul explores business skills in leadership, team-building and project management.

An academic minor normally consists of 20 to 24 credits taken in courses in one area or related areas of study prescribed by the faculty.

Meet Your Professors

Renata Mayrhofer Instructor of Business Management, Chair Business Administration and Management Program
Phillip Hampton Term Faculty of Finance

Prior to his career in academics Hampton served a number of years in the finance sector, with positions at Metris Companies, U.S. Bancorp, Federal Reserve Bank and Piper Jaffray.

Dr. Nancy Harrower Associate Professor of Marketing and Management

Dr. Nancy Harrower brings a practical approach to teaching marketing principles.

Rev. Dr. Michael Dorner Vice President for Finance, Assistant Professor of Accounting

Michael Dorner has served as Concordia University, St. Paul’s Vice President of Finance since 2004.

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