Minor in Commerce and Society

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Jamie Bufalino, Program Director
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541-346-4802
​gensocialsciences@uoregon.edu

Minor in Commerce and Society 

Students may take no more than 3 courses from the same subject code (includes both preliminary core and specialization courses). 

All courses must be taken for a letter grade and be passed with a C- or better. At least 16 credits must be upper-division courses.

At least one course must be at the 400 level; it is recommended that students select a 400-level course from a subject code in which they have previously taken a course.

Topics courses count toward the minor no matter what the topic. 

Preliminary Core:12
Ethics of Enterprise and Exchange
Globalization and the Global Economy (Globalization and the Global Economy (In workflow))
Politics of Business
Specialization Courses 124
Anthropology
Anthropology of Pirates and Piracy
Anthropology of Chocolate
Immigration and Farmworkers Political Culture
Business
Introduction to Business
Global Perspectives in Business
Economics
Contemporary Economic Issues
Geography
Geography of Globalization
Tourism and Development
Environment and Development
Prereq: Junior standing
International Water Policy
Contemporary Food Systems
History
Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
American Radicalism
American Radicalism
American Business History
India
Economic History of Modern Europe: [Topic]
American Economic History: [Topic]
African American History to 1877: [Topic]
Global Studies
Perspectives on International Development
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Journalism/Media Studies
Media and Society
Gender, Media, and Diversity
Prereq: J201
International Communication
Prereq: J201
Media Ethics
Prereq: J201
Law
Introduction to Business Law
Philosophy
Internet, Society, and Philosophy
Food Ethics
Introduction to Formal Logic
Global Justice
Political Science
Shadows of Modernity
The Politics of Development
International Political Economy
Recommended: EC 201, EC202 or PS 205
Political Economy of East Asia
International Environmental Politics
U.S. Interventions in Developing Nations
United States Political Economy
Sociology
Work and Occupations
Urban Sociology
Political Economy
Issues in Urban Sociology: [Topic]
Issues in Sociology of Work: [Topic]
Issues in Sociology of Organizations: [Topic]
Sociology of Developing Areas
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Women, Work, and Class
Gender, Environment, and Development
Total Credits36