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University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business unveils new business minor for undergraduate students from all disciplines

Tuesday, July 28, 2009


DENVER—Students at the University of Denver will soon have the opportunity to earn a minor in business in a new program designed specifically for non-business majors.

The program is designed for high-achieving undergraduate students who want the fundamentals of a business education without majoring in business.  Students who complete the program will be well-positioned for the workforce or graduate school.

Students will take six 4-credit courses in business foundation topics including management, business law, accounting, marketing and finance. The program is being rolled out in the Summer and Fall 2009 quarters, and classes in the program will be offered in all academic quarters for ease of completion.

For additional information, contact Greg Grauberger, director of Academic Services for Undergraduate Programs at (303) 871-3421 or


The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver is ranked among the top business schools in the world by BusinessWeek, U.S. News & World Report and the Financial Times. In 2008, it celebrated its 100th anniversary and is among the first business colleges founded in the U.S. that includes Wharton, Chicago, Berkeley, Dartmouth, New York, Wisconsin, Illinois, Harvard, Northwestern, and Pittsburgh. As the eighth-oldest collegiate school of business in the country, Daniels has built a curriculum producing accountable citizens of the world who are business sharp, stakeholder savvy, and future ready.


Contact; Julie Lucas,
(303) 871-3379

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