Sewanee’s business minor offers an interdisciplinary curriculum that serves as outstanding preparation for a career in business. In addition to required courses in economics, accounting, finance, and business ethics, students specialize in one of three tracks—Managerial, International, or Finance. During their sophomore year, business minors may apply to become Carey Fellows in order to acquire additional leadership and business skills.
Doug Williams, Professor of Economics
Sewanee offers a minor in education that prepares students for graduate programs in teaching, research, administration and other areas of education. The University also has an agreement with the Peabody College of Education at Vanderbilt University for those wishing to pursue graduate study in elementary, secondary, early childhood, special education and additional fields. For information, visit: www2.sewanee.edu/academics/catalog/departments/education.
Or contact Mae Wallace, Professor and Chair of Teacher Education