Students must complete at least four courses (12.0 credit hours), including at least one course (3.0 credit hours) at the 3000/4000 level.Students may not double count courses required for the minor in fulfilling requirements for their major or second minor. The four courses comprising the minor must be distinct from any such major or second minor requirements.For students who complete the required courses, the minor will be acknowledged on the official transcript.Minors are available in the Bachelor of Management degree, Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management degree, Professional Diploma in Accounting, Management Certificate and second degrees in Management.
See also the Social Responsibility Minor Program Planning Guide.
Why Complete a Social Responsibility Minor?
The objective of this minor is to draw upon learning from multiple disciplines to develop within students the competencies and moral and ethical sensibilities necessary for them to become strategic change leaders committed to a sustainable future in a global multicultural society.
Courses Required in the Social Responsibility Minor
The four courses required for the minor in Social Responsibility include:
Management 3710 - Managing Not-for-Profit Organizations
Management 3250 - Social Marketing
Management 3260 - Not-for-Profit Marketing
Management 3290 - Marketing and Society
Management 3315 - Diversity in Employment
Management 3552 - Sustainable Tourism
Management 3640 - Cross-Cultural Management Practices
Management 3670/Political Science 3170 - The Politics of Canadian Trade Policy
Management 3980 - Applied Study/Field Experience(with a not-for-profit organization)
Management 4390 - Leading Organizational Change
Management 4580 - Environmental Management
Management 4640 - Cross-Cultural Work Study
Note: Students should be aware that some of the above courses have prerequisites which may require taking courses extra to their degrees. Check with an academic advisor for more information.
Note: Minors are linked to your calendar year and some minors may not be available for previous calendar years. Your calendar year will be the year of your most recent admission to the University of Lethbridge. Contact an Academic Advisor for more information (see Academic Advising).