MINOR OPTIONS

Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree program may choose a minor area of emphasis in addition to their major. Established minors are available in Business and Psychology, Computer Science, and Humanities. Students may also develop an individual minor area using the existing courses with the approval of the academic advisor and the Dean. A maximum of 9 credit units can be transferred to a Lincoln University minor.

HUMANITIES MINOR (18 UNITS)
The purpose of this minor area is to enrich the student's education. The minor in Humanities is designed for students seeking to develop their intellectual capabilities and broaden their social and cultural horizons. This minor aims to develop a sense of the common values encapsulated in the minor field and seeks to acquaint the student with these basic values which are intellectual, aesthetic, social and cultural in nature.
The Humanities minor at Lincoln University includes an investigation of philosophy, the arts, literature and other areas which explore culture and its place within society. These courses are designed to increase the student's awareness of the intellectual achievements that are integral aspects of human society. A student must complete courses from the following list with a total of at least 18 credit units.

HUM 16 Art of the Film 3
HUM 25 Chinese 4
HUM 27/28 Spanish I/II 3/3
HUM 30 Introduction to Philosophy 3
HUM 110 Survey of World Art 3
HUM 155 The Natural and Cultural Environment of the San Francisco Bay Area 3
HUM 156 The City's Resources as a Classroom 3
HUM 159 Multicultural Heritage 3
HUM 290 Research Project in Humanities 3
Total Required for Humanities Minor ...................................................... 18 Units

COMPUTER SCIENCE MINOR (18 UNITS)
A minor in Computer Science includes 18 units of prescribed work in the following areas: computer science core areas and advanced computer topics. Specific requirements in each area are detailed below:

Computer Science Core Areas - Part 1 (all of the following):
CS 50 Introduction to Programming 3
CS 90 Studies in Programming Languages 3
CS 137 Database 3
CS 140 Data Structures 3
Advanced Computer Topics - Part 2 (6 units from the following):
CS 175 Topics in Artificial Intelligence 3
CS 220 Software Engineering 3
CS 225 Hardware/Software Topics 3
BA 260 Information Systems Concept 3
BA 262 Systems Analysis and Design 3
Total Required for the Computer Science Minor ................................... 18 Units

BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY MINOR (18 UNITS)
A minor in Business and Psychology provides students with the opportunity to explore the field of Business Administration from the perspective of psychology. Particular emphasis is given to the various applications of psychological insights to business, especially in the area of human relations. Such issues as personal interactions in leadership, job motivation, job performance, etc. are considered, as well as group dynamics. The knowledge acquired from this area of study will provide invaluable understanding of specific aspects of business, including marketing, advertising and management. The minor seeks to integrate the concepts of social psychology, personnel psychology and areas related to business studies. A student should complete at least 6 courses from the following:

PSYCH 170 Psychology of Human Relations 3
PSYCH 175 Psychology of Personality 3
PSYCH 180 Social Psychology 3
PSYCH 220 Personnel Psychology 3
BA 223 Organizational Development 3
BA 236 People Problems in Small Business 3
BA 250 Human Relations in Business 3
BA 257 Consumer Behavior 3
Total Required for Business and Psychology Minor ............................... 18 Units