Commerce and Society

Undergraduate minor

About the minor

The buying and selling of goods and services shapes our lives every single day and connects us with people around the globe. The Commerce and Society minor allows students to analyze how these daily transactions work and how they impact people, governments, and the environment.

A little more info

This minor is designed specifically to complement a major and/or second minor in the social sciences, or professional schools such as business, journalism, or planning, public policy, and management. Coursework for the minor encourages the examination of the relationship between commerce and issues such as climate change, social inequality, and globalization from a variety of social scientific perspectives.

  • The minor is a great option for entrepreneurial students interested in learning sustainable, equitable business practices.
  • Students can choose from approved courses in 12 different departments on campus like political science, global studies, business and economics.
  • The minor is a great option for students interested in learning sustainable, equitable business practices.
  • With so many course options, students can tailor the minor to their schedule and their interests.

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