Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Minors and Certificates

Business Minor

Choose a business minor to develop a more dynamic educational experience beyond your major. The business minor has the same rigor and content as the fundamental courses taken by business majors, yet preserves the flexibility in your studies. 

Entrepreneurship Minor

Students pursuing a Minor in Entrepreneurship value innovation, hard work, and self-sufficiency. The required coursework focuses on developing creativity, identifying opportunities for innovation, and the skills needed to manage a new organization. 

Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management

Occupations in supply chain management are among the highest paid business professions, and SCM specialists are among the most sought after job candidates. 

Certificate in Human Resources Management

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a specialized management track for those interested in helping employees meet professional goals and organizations optimize employee talent in order to directly enhance business results.

Certificate in Risk Management and Insurance

Risk Management and Insurance focuses on identifying, accessing and managing risks facing businesses and organizations.

Certificate in Sales and Customer Development

This certificate prepares undergraduate students for careers in the highly professional and dynamic field of sales. Through the certificate's required coursework and internship, students acquire vital skills as well as knowledge of current best practices in the sales profession and sales management.

MU Global Connect Undergraduate Certificate Program

This certificate is designed to prepare students in any discipline for the global market and equip them with the knowledge and skills needed for today’s highly competitive jobs. Mizzou undergraduate students from all disciplines are eligible to participate.