[College of Arts and Sciences]
CULVERHOUSE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINORS
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences may apply one of the Culverhouse
College of Commerce and Business Administration minors below toward the requirements of a College
of Arts and Sciences degree program, subject to the provisions stated on
p. 64-66. All minors require a minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level earned on this
campus and a grade point average of 2.000 or higher in the minor program of study.
Admission to a Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business
Administration minor is by application. A student applying for admission to
a business minor must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher for all college-level
coursework attempted and a 2.5 or higher grade point average for all University of Alabama
coursework attempted. A student whose grade point average falls below these standards may
petition the assistant dean of undergraduate programs of the Culverhouse College of Commerce
and Business Administration for admission to a business minor if the student's grade point
average for the last 30 hours attempted is 2.5 or higher. A student admitted to a business
minor will be permitted to enroll in all coursework required for the specific minor even
if the student's grade point average subsequently falls below the 2.5 average required for
admission, provided all other enrollment requirements are met.
The minors and their course requirements follow.
A student admitted to any of these minors is subject to the following
policies of the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration (C&BA). Failure
to comply with these policies will result in administrative disenrollment from C&BA courses.
- Prior to enrolling in any 300- or 400-level C&BA course, a student must have completed all
of the specific prerequisites established for the courses.
- Prior to enrolling in any 300- or 400-level C&BA course, a student must have achieved junior
standing (defined as 61 semester hours earned).
- A student may earn degree credit for no more than 30 hours of C&BA courses (excluding EC
110, EC 11, and ST 260).