The following specializations and minors can be combined with majors in Accounting, Finance, General Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing, or Supply Chain Management.
Gain a broad knowledge of entrepreneurial business issues built upon entrepreneurially-focused research in the core business disciplines, including accounting, business law, finance, management, and marketing.
Gain skills and knowledge in the environmental sciences necessary for any graduate considering careers that may involve the “greening” of the economy.
Prepare for a career in hospitality real estate development firms, acquisition and development departments within major hospitality companies, hospitality consulting/appraisal firms, and mortgage lenders specializing in hotels, real estate acquisition funds, and asset management companies.
Develops analytical thought leaders with innovative technology solution skills in real-world business settings. Prepares students for careers in systems consulting, business analysis and tech support.
*Please note that the International Business Specialization is not available at this time. Students interested in International Business should consult the IB Minor requirements.*
Attractive to students who plan careers with an international orientation. Add an international breadth to their major. Increase their understanding of various regions of the world and prepare for a global marketplace.
Provides students with educational experiences, courses, and training they need to become successful sales agents and leaders in a sales-intensive corporate setting.
The Specialization in Sustainability enables students to gain holistic and integrated competencies around four broad core content areas: aesthetic appreciation, ecological integrity, social equity, and economic vitality.
More Minors and Specializations
Broad students may enroll in any academic minor or specialization at MSU for which they meet the requirements. For information on additional minors and specializations, please consult Academic Programs.