TABLE 1: Required Courses for Dyson Business Minor for Engineers

In planning your course selections be aware of prerequisites

ECON 1110 Introductory Microeconomics (AP or Transfer Credit Accepted) (3 cr)


F, W, S, Su


Introduction to basic business concepts: One of the following
AEM 1200 Introduction to Business Management (3 cr) S, Su
AEM 2400 Marketing (3 cr) F, W, S, Su
ENGRI 1270 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Engineering (3 cr) S
NCC 5580 Managing Operations (3 cr) F, S
ORIE 4152 Entrepreneurship for Engineers (3 cr) F
HADM 2410 Marketing Principles (3 cr) F, S
NCC 5530 Marketing Management (3 cr) F, S
Introduction to Accounting Principles: One of the following
AEM 2210 Financial Accounting (3 cr) F, S, Su
ORIE 3150 Financial and Managerial Accounting (4 cr) F, W, Su
NCC 5500 Financial Accounting (3 cr) F, S
HADM 2230 Financial Accounting Principles (3 cr) F, S
Understanding Finance: One of the following:
AEM 2240 Finance (4 cr) F, S, Su
HADM 2250 Finance (3 cr) F, S
NCC 5560 Managerial Finance (3 cr) F, S
Integrating Marketing, HR, and Operations:
AEM 4660 Market Dynamics, Computer Simulation and Modeling (1.5 cr) F, S


Business Management to Support Career Goals: One of the following (no substitutions):   Career Goal Supported
AEM 3100 Business Statistics (3 cr) S Consulting
AEM 3200 Business Law 1 & 2 (3 cr) F, Su Law
AEM 3220 Digital Business Strategy (3 cr) F Entrepreneurship
AEM 3230 Managerial Accounting (3 cr) W, S, Su General Business
AEM 3249 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Strategy (3 cr) F Entrepreneurship, Marketing, General Business
AEM 3250 Business Planning Process for New Ventures (4 cr) S Entrepreneurship, General Business
AEM 3310 Introduction to Business Regulation (3 cr) S Manufacturing, General Business, Entrepreneurship
AEM 3350 International Technology Marketing of Biotechnology (3 cr) S Entrepreneurship
AEM 3360 Intermediate Accounting I (3 cr) F General Business
AEM 3370 Intermediate Accounting II (4 cr) S General Business
AEM 3440 Consumer Behavior (3 cr) F Consumer goods, Consulting
AEM 3500 Investments in the Global Economy (3 cr) F  Finance
AEM 4060 Risk Simulation and Optimization (3 cr) S Consulting, Manufacturing
AEM 4120 Computational Methods for Management and Economics (3 cr) F Consulting, Manufacturing
AEM 4160 Strategic Pricing (3 cr) S Consumer goods, Manufacturing
AEM 4190 Strategic Thinking (3 cr) S General business, Consulting, Manufacturing
AEM 4210 Derivatives and Risk Management (3 cr) S Finance
AEM 4230 Contemporary Topics in Applied Finance (3 cr) F Finance
AEM 4260 Fixed Income Securities (4 cr) F Finance
AEM 4280 Valuation of Capital Investment (3 cr) F Finance
AEM 4290 International Financial Management (3 cr) F Finance
AEM 4300 International Trade Policy (3 cr) S General business, Manufacturing
AEM 4370 Strategy and Innovation (3 cr) S Entrepreneurship, Manufacturing, Industrial Management
AEM 4400 Retail Strategy (3 cr) F Marketing
AEM 4550 Economics of Advertising (3 cr) S Consumer goods, Consulting
AEM 4580 The Economics and Psychology of Sustainable Business (3 cr) S General business, Entrepreneurship
AEM 4940 Undergraduate Special Topics in AEM (1-4 cr) F, S General Business
BEE 4890 Entrepreneurial Management for Engineers

(4 cr)

F Entrepreneurship, General Business

*Note that 7 credits must be taken in the Dyson School.

** All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.

Special note for ORIE students:

1. ORIE students may take any of the following courses to fulfill the accounting requirement for the Dyson Minor: AEM 3360, 3500, 4210, 4170, 4230, 4260, 4280, and 4290. All but AEM 3360 can also satisfy a Major App’d Elective from category B towards their ORIE requirements.

2. Students majoring in ORIE may not select AEM 3100 or AEM 4120 to fulfill the upper-level class requirement.