• 10

    majors undergraduates can study 

  • 11

    minors Carlson School undergraduates can choose from 

  • 2

    minor options for students at another college at the University of Minnesota

Options for Carlson School undergraduate students


Interpret financial information to help inform business decisions.LEARN MORE

Business Analytics
(Minor Only)

Gain the skills to turn data into business insights. LEARN MORE

Business Law (Minor Only)

Explore how analytical law techniques translate to business settings. LEARN MORE

Entrepreneurial Management

Start your own business or develop new opportunities for existing businesses.LEARN MORE


Analyze financial markets to improve the value of a business.LEARN MORE

Finance & Risk Management Insurance

Find ways to identify and mitigate risks affecting a business.LEARN MORE

Human Resources and Industrial Relations

Lead the human component of an organization.LEARN MORE

International Business

Navigate the complexities of conducting business across international borders.LEARN MORE

Management Information Systems (MIS)

Apply information technologies to solve business problems.LEARN MORE


Identify consumers' needs and cultivate solutions to meet those needs.LEARN MORE

Public and Nonprofit Management

Prepare for a career in public or not-for-profit organizations.LEARN MORE

Supply Chain & Operations Management

Map the flow of goods and services to create value for consumers and organizations.LEARN MORE

Options for undergraduate students in other U of M colleges 

Busness Law Minor

Explore analytical law techniques translate to business settings. LEARN MORE

Management Minor

Build a strong foundation of business and management basics. LEARN MORE
  • Declaring Your Major

    To pursue a Carlson School major you must first be admitted to the college. In addition, you must also complete prerequisite curriculum including liberal education requirements and business coursework. You will typically declare a major during your sophomore year.

  • Progress Standards

    In order to stay on track toward timely graduation, you are expected to meet the certain progress standards by the end of your freshmen and sophomore years.