Lerner faculty member Wendy Smith
Customize your degree and broaden your education.
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The minor in advertising is designed to give you an increased understanding of marketing, economics, mass communication and public relations, as well as the strategies and tactics of advertising management.

The minor in beverage management, a collaborative effort of the Department of Hospitality Business Management and UD’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, prepares you for a leadership role in the growing beverage industry.

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The minor in business administration teaches you the basic concepts of business administration, including the language and functions of areas of business.

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The business analytics minor will develop and grow your analytical thinking skills. The program emphasizes statistics, oral and written communication, structured decision-making, data visualization and relational databases.

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The economics minor is designed to teach you how to understand how markets work to determine what is produced, how it is produced and how income is distributed.

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The minor in entrepreneurship helps you acquire knowledge and skills that are useful across nearly all possible career paths. The program emphasizes first-hand experience in developing innovative ideas and putting them into action.

The event management minor teaches you to apply principles of project management to the development of successful and memorable events.

In the integrated design minor, you will learn about the design process in class and through hands-on experiences.

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The minor in international business increases your understanding of the international dimension of business.

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The minor in information systems teaches you to solve business problems by applying your knowledge of technology in the workplace.

The minor in professional selling and sales management provides you with sales knowledge and techniques applicable to any industry.

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The restaurant management minor will give you a foundational understanding of the global food and beverage industry.

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The minor in social entrepreneurship will teach you the knowledge, skills, connections and resources needed to launch social ventures that make a positive impact.

This minor prepares students for careers in the healthcare and wellness industry, with opportunities in management, sales and marketing, consultation and entrepreneurship.

The minor in sport management, open to all non-Lerner majors, will expose you to career opportunities in the sport industry as well as the concepts and theories of sport management.

The minor in trust management examines the legal, tax, accounting and financial issues pertaining to managing trusts.