There are numerous minors available for students at Bowling Green State University. A minor is a student’s declared secondary field of study or specialization. There are numerous reasons for students to participate in BGSU’s minor programs; whether you are looking to make yourself more flexible in the job market or you have a passion for another area besides aviation, participation in minors is always a beneficial endeavor.
The Airport Systems and Operations (ASO) minor is available to students in any undergraduate major at BGSU except students majoring in the Aviation Management and Operations (AMO) or Aviation Engineering Technology (AET) specializations. Students must meet all prerequisites for the required courses.
The Airport Systems and Operations (ASO) minor is designed to prepare students for career positions similar to the AMO specialization. Airports are interdisciplinary in their activities, but without an aviation background, few students from other disciplines have access to the industry. The minor is intended to supplement a student's academic career choice with the specialized knowledge of airports and aviation.
The General Business minor is designed for students who are majoring in non-business fields and want a foundation in business. The general business minor is available to all students except those completing a BSBA degree or majoring in Business Education or Marketing Education in the College of Education and Human Development.
All students must complete at least 15 credit hours toward the minor that are not counted in the student's major or specialization or in another minor. Substitute courses must be approved by the College of Business.
Does being your own boss seem like a dream? BGSU’s eShip program helps make this vision a reality. The eShip program integrates the knowledge and experiences gained in other disciplines, as well as from the field of entrepreneurship, into an understanding of the process of new venture creation and the management of entrepreneurial ventures. All of which helps students start businesses that creatively solve the challenges of life.
All students must complete at least 15 credit hours toward the minor that are not counted in the student's major or specialization or in another minor.
The program is designed around the department's focus on the spatial analysis of regional change and development. In this context, the concept of a "region" is defined as a spatial unit that may include both urban and rural areas. Within the department's focus, the primary emphasis is on applied human geographic dimensions of resources, land use, population, and socio-economic analysis. Spatial analysis techniques of computer mapping, GIS, and remote sensing are also emphasized and integrated.
Courses recommended include GEOG 1250 or 2130, 2250 or 2300, 3210, plus 12 hours.
The marketing minor is available to all students except those BSBA students pursuing a Marketing Specialization or a Sales and Services Marketing Specialization. All students must complete at least 15 credit hours toward the minor that are not counted in the student's major or specialization or in another minor. Substitute courses must be approved by the department.
Study in Political Science prepares students to be critical observers of politics and society, active citizens, and for careers in a variety of fields. Our courses provide a deeper understanding of domestic and international politics. They train you to think critically, write well, and speak with confidence. Our alumni work in settings such as federal, state, and local governments, international organizations, interest groups, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and businesses.
All students must complete at least 21 credit hours toward the minor that are not counted in the student's major or specialization or in another minor.