Jerry Curnutt, Minor Adviser
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Digital business represents the impact of new technologies on business practice, products, and services. Today, social computing and mobile devices are dramatically changing the behaviors and characteristics that lead individuals and organizations to success. Through this minor students enhance their major with a focus on these new technologies and their application in business.
|MGIS-360||Building a Web Business|
|Choose four of the following:|
|MKTG-230||Principles of Marketing|
|MKTG-410||Search Engine Marketing and Analytics|
|MKTG-420||Advanced Internet Marketing|
|MGMT-420||Managing Innovation and Technology|
|FINC-359||Financing New Ventures|
|MGIS-320||Database Management Systems|
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Digital business represents the impact of new technologies on business practice, products, and services. Today, technologies such as social computing and mobile devices are dramatically changing the behaviors and characteristics that lead individuals and organizations to success. Students completing a digital business minor will enhance their program of study with a focus on these new technologies and applications in business.
0112-312 Building a Web Business
Electives—Choose four of the following:
0102-415 Digital Entrepreneurship
0104-359 Financing New Ventures
0102-530 Managing Innovation and Technology
0105-363 Principles of Marketing
0105-440 Internet Marketing
0112-340 Database Management Systems
01xx-xxx Digital Business Seminars