Concentrations and Minors

Concentrations
(For students enrolled in an RBS major)

Students who are enrolled in a Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark major can complete a concentration in Business of Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Management Science and Information Systems, or Supply Chain Management. Students must meet the following criteria:

  1. Possess a 2.5 grade-point average or higher
  2. Have completed prerequisites for courses they take
  3. Have completed College Algebra and English Composition I and II

 

Business of Fashion

Students completing this concentration develop an understanding of business concepts associated with the fashion industry.

 

Entrepreneurship

A concentration in entrepreneurship prepares students to start a business or bring entrepreneurial skills to an established business. Virtually any position can utilize the learning goals.

 

Management Science and Information Systems

This concentration equips students with skills need for system analysis, database management, and computer networking applications.

 

Real Estate

If you think a career in real estate might be the right path for you, the concentration or minor in real estate at Rutgers Business School—Newark offers the perfect blend of theory and practice to help you establish a successful career in the industry.

 

Sales

The sales concentration provides an opportunity for students to obtain the essential knowledge and skills required to begin professional careers in sales.

 

Supply Chain Management

This concentration introduces students to global procurement and sourcing strategies as well as the essentials needed for planning and fulfilling demands.

 

Minors
(For students not enrolled in an RBS major)

Students who are not enrolled in a Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark major can minor in Accounting, Business Administration, Business of Fashion, or Entrepreneurship. Students must meet the following criteria:

  1. a 2.5 grade-point average
  2. prerequisites for courses they take
  3. completed College Algebra and English Composition I and II

 

Accounting

Accounting involves the examination, organization, management and design of accurate recording and reporting procedures of financial and business transactions.

 

Business Administration

The minor benefits any major by giving students skills and knowledge to compete globally while broadening their appreciation for how the world works.

 

Business of Fashion

Students completing this minor develop an understanding of business concepts associated with the fashion industry.

 

Entrepreneurship

A minor in entrepreneurship augments all disciplines and expands career options and professional development.

 

Marketing

The Marketing minor provides an opportunity for non-business majors at Newark to obtain a broad perspective of the Marketing field and explore specialty areas such as advertising, brand management, international marketing and new product planning.

 

Real Estate

If you think a career in real estate might be the right path for you, the concentration or minor in real estate at Rutgers Business School—Newark offers the perfect blend of theory and practice to help you establish a successful career in the industry.