Minor Options

Students Interested in Minoring

Students can review the minor options and courses required to complete a minor on the CBA Catalog
The TOM Department offers the following minor options:
  • Operations Management Minor
  • Supply Chain/Logistics Minor
If you plan to minor, we strongly recommend contacting a CBA Student Success Center Advisor to draft an efficient educational plan completing your major and minor.  

Minor Course Substitution Requests

There are some cases of completed courses from other departments may fulfill the minor course requirements. In those cases, you will need to check with the TOM department and fill out the following form: Minor Course Substitution Request Form
**Please note students can only submit the substitution request to our department AFTER declaring the minor and it shows on your BroncoDirect. 

Minor Declaration Process
Students should email their intent of minoring to the TOM Department's minor coordinator.
Please include the following information in your email: 
Full Name
Bronco ID #
Current Major
Minor Option being Selected
**It is highly recommended for students to declare their minor BEFORE taking the required courses instead of waiting until all the courses have been completed. 

TOM Department Minor Options

*Please use the CBA Catalog for the most up-to-date information on minor course requirements.  


Operations Management Minor

The Operations Management minor is designed to allow students in other business subplans or students majoring in non-business programs to gain the necessary analytical and information technology skills for effective and efficient management of the business processes involved in the production and delivery of goods and services. This includes any kind of organization from service firms to modern manufacturing and not-for-profit organizations. With more than 50% of all jobs in operations or a related field such as purchasing, logistics and distribution, supply chain management, inventory control, production management, manufacturing or service quality control, and project management, the minor will substantially enhance students' career opportunities and growth potential. 

Total required for the program: 18 units

Minor Required Core: 12 units

STA 1200 - Statistics with Applications (3)
TOM 3010 - Operations Management (3)
TOM 4010 - Quality Management (3)
TOM 4530 - Service Operations Management (3)

Minor Electives: 6 units

Select 6 units from the following:

EBZ 3010 - Business on the Web (3)
EBZ 3030 - Customer Relationship Management and Business Analytics (3)
EBZ 3050 - Enterprise Resource Planning (3)
TOM 3090 - Logistics Management (3)
TOM 3160 - Business Analytics (3)
TOM 3200 - Management of Technology (3)
TOM 4250 - Supply Chain Network Design (3)
TOM 4340 - Purchasing Management (3)
TOM 4360 - Project Management (3)

Supply Chain/Logistics Minor

The Logistics Minor is the only program of its kind in the California State University system. The Logistics Minor was developed to allow Business Administration majors or students majoring in non-business programs to gain the knowledge and skills needed to gain employment in the field of transportation, warehousing, logistics, planning, materials management, and physical distribution. In addition to the job opportunities that are available in the domestic arena, openings also exist in the international arena. Demand greatly exceeds supply both nationally and internationally for logistics managers.

Total required for the program: 21 units

Minor Required Core: 15 units

STA 1200 - Statistics with Applications (3)
TOM 3010 - Operations Management (3)
TOM 3090 - Logistics Management (3)
TOM 4250 - Supply Chain Network Design (3)
TOM 4340 - Purchasing Management (3)

Minor Electives: 6 units

Select 6 units from the following:

EBZ 3010 - Business on the Web (3)
EBZ 3030 - Customer Relationship Management and Business Analytics (3)
EBZ 3050 - Enterprise Resource Planning (3)
TOM 3160 - Business Analytics (3)
TOM 3320 - Business Processes and Production Planning (3)
TOM 4010 - Quality Management (3)
TOM 4360 - Project Management (3)
TOM 4530 - Service Operations Management (3)
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