MINOR PROGRAMS

MINOR PROGRAMS

The registration for minor programs goes from March 12th until April 6th, please fill the following form.

MINOR PROGRAMS FORM

Minor in Management

Description

The purpose of the minor is to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills to understand organizations and their management.

Goals

 Students are provided with basic knowledge and skills to understand organizations and the challenges inherent to management in order to complement the training in their own disciplines. As such, the minor provides students with basic knowledge on some of the functional areas of management: marketing, finance, management, and organizations.

Program structure

The minor consists of five courses (15 credits), offered by their School of Management. Four compulsory courses (12 credits) and one elective course (3 credits).

Compulsory courses

 CODE

COURSE

CREDITS

ADMI1102

Fundamentals of Management (for students with a different major)

3

CONT1413

Financial Accounting

3

ADMI2301

Foundations of Marketing

3

ADMI2605B

Organizations

3

Elective courses

 CODE

COURSE

CREDITS

ADMI3207

Capital Markets

3

ADMI3327

Real Options

3

ADMI3210

Derivative Markets

3

ADMI3128B

Cultural Management

3

ADMI3133B

Environmental Management

3

ADMI3606

Negotiation Strategies

3

ADMI3311

International Marketing

3

ADMI3615

Sports Marketing

3

ADMI3313

Sales and Distribution Management

3

ADMI3406

Business Intelligence and relational marketing (CRM)

3

 

Minor in Entrepreneurship

Description

The purpose of this minor is to help students develop their skills to identify business opportunities, to structure and present a business plan, and it exposes entrepreneurship as an alternative type of professional development.

Goals:

To promote among students from different programs, in a broad and accessible fashion, a systematic, creative and careful reflection regarding the nature of entrepreneurs, and the opportunities and challenges of the business world in Colombia.

The program seeks to promote analytical rigor, experiences, skills and pertinent experiences to examine the different business opportunities and develop greater creativity.

It also seeks to allow students to develop their capacity to adequately structure and present a business plan, while exposed to entrepreneurship as an alternative type of professional development.

Program structure

The minor consists of five courses (15 credits), offered by the School of Management. Four compulsory courses (12 credits) and one elective course (3 credits).

Compulsory courses

 CODE

COURSE

CREDITS

CONT1413

Accounting and Financial Analysis (for students with a different major)

3

ADMI2301

Foundations of Marketing

3

ADMI3110

Innovation and entrepreneurship

3

ADMI3109

Business Plans

3

Elective courses

 CODE

COURSE

CREDITS

ADMI2104B

Business History

3

ADMI3604

Innovation Workshop

3

*The requisite for the Business Plans and Innovation Workshop courses is the course: “Innovation and entrepreneurship”.

Students who enroll on both minors (Management and Entrepreneurship) must take an additional elective course, bearing in mind that they have two repeated courses.

Minor in Arts and Culture Management

Description

Given the growing importance and development of the arts and culture sector in the country, the School offers the opportunity to acquire the expertise within the management processes where arts and culture are a factor of value creation. Recognizing the multidisciplinarity of the subject, this minor is offered jointly with other Schools at Uniandes.

Goals

To help students gain knowledge and skills aimed at improving the management processes to promote and strengthen the country’s arts and culture field. The minor will emphasize aspects related to the basic concepts of management and marketing corresponding to such organizations, products and services.

Program structure

The minor consists of five courses (15 credits), offered by the Schools of Management, Art, Design, Social Science and Law. Students msut take two compulsory courses in management (6 credits) one elective course in arts (3 credits) and two optional courses (6 credits).

Compulsory courses (choose two)

 Code

Course

Credits

ADMI 3128B

Cultural Management

3

ADMI3110

Entrepreneurship and Innovation *

3

ADMI3336

Culture and Arts Management *

3

  • Students can choose one of the following options


Optional courses in arts (choose one)

 Code

Course

Credits

LITE 1100

Introduction to Literary Studies

3

LITE 1610A

Theatre: Youth and Rebellion

3

LITE 3516

Travel Literature

3

LITE 1609A

 A journey through modern literature

3

MUSI1201

 Musical appreciation

3

MUSI1101B

 Blues and rock 1

3

MUSI1108B

 Music, tradition and culture

3

MUSI1126

 The music business

3

MUSI1115A

 The history of jazz

3

MUSI1120A

Opera, music and drama

3

ARTE1408A

 Art and film

3

ARTE2408

 Thinking the museum

3

HART1104A

 Arts appreciation

3

HART1101A

 History of art

3


Elective courses in Arts and Culture Management: (choose two)

 Code

Course

Credits

ADMI1101

Fundamentals of Management

3

ADMI3135B

 Film, environment and society

3

ADMI3335

Entrepreneurship funding

3

ADMI3604

Innovation workshop

3

MUSI1126

 The music business

3

PERI1004B

 Digital journalism and multimedia

3

PERI1007B

 Film, journalism and culture

3

PERI1003B

 Cultural journalism

3

ARTE2432

 Project management

3

ARTE2417

 Art markets

3

DERE3233

 Music laws and industry

3

DERE3246

The Fashion business

3

DERE3249(17600)

Art market laws

3

CPOL2213B

Film, politics and society

3

ANTR1119B

 Culture and visual imaging

3

ANTR3160

 Culture and economics

3

DISE1204

 History of design

3

DISE2200

 Visual cultures

3

DISE3202

 Creativity

3

DISE3220

 Design and intellectual property

3

DISE3240

Branding

3

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ENROLLING ON ANY OF THE COURSES ABOVE, PLEASE WRITE TO: etello@uniandes.edu.co.

Before graduating or ending the minor, students must fill out the following form including the courses taken, their codes, and the grade obtained for each course. The form must be given personally to Enith Tello on the ninth floor of the SD building.

Minor validation form

Important information for students:

  1. Review the courses offered on the Admissions Web page: https://registro.uniandes.edu.co/index.php/elaboracion-de-horario/oferta-de-cursos
  2. Organize your schedule considering the various options in case there are no places on the courses are you wish to enroll on.

If you need to enroll on a course and banner does not allow to do so, please go to the Schedule Conflict System (in Spanish):

https://sch01.uniandes.edu.co/index.php/auth/index?e=1

International options

The University and the School of Management offer undergraduate students different international options in order to broaden their vision and international perspective.

Through a broad offer of student exchanges and double degree programs with outstanding foreign, the School of Management seeks to promote academic and cultural activities between Uniandes’ and foreign exchange students. Undergraduate students in management can apply for specific exchange agreements offered by the school, as well as general exchange agreements for undergraduate students at Universidad de los Andes.