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Students may enroll in a maximum of two Farmer School of Business minors. Some minors are available to students on a first-come, first-served basis while others have entry restrictions or requirements. Therefore, to increase the likelihood of gaining entry into a FSB minor, interested students should contact the department offering the minor as early as possible in their academic careers. Completion of a FSB minor may require taking coursework during summer and winter terms and/or online. Advisors are also happy to assist in your academic exploration. We encourage you to use advising support throughout your time at Miami to meet your academic and professional goals.

Majors, Minors, and Certificates


Explore major requirements, detailed information about majors and careers, and department websites for each of our business majors.

Minors and Certificates

Information for minor requirements and department websites for each of our business minors and certificates.

Additional Information

Business Core Curriculum

Required courses instill in all FSB undergraduate students the fundamentals of the field alongside a broader liberal education that is the hallmark of Miami.

Business Surcharge

The business course surcharge is a per credit hour fee, in addition to general Miami tuition, applicable to the majority of courses offered by the Farmer School of Business.

Experiential Learning

For students at Miami University, fulfilling the Experiential Learning (EL) requirement within the Global Miami Plan is an essential component of their academic progress.

Opportunities for Non-Business Majors

Non-business students are encouraged to pursue opportunities within the Farmer School of Business including minors, certificates, thematic sequences, student organizations, and study abroad.

Personal Computers and Technology Information

Personal Computers

Personal computers are highly recommended for students at Miami University. If you are using a laptop, Miami University has wireless access points throughout campus. For more details:

Miami University Technology Store

Connecting your PC to Wireless

I will be enrolling in the Farmer School of Business; they recommend Windows Notebooks, but I prefer to use a Mac. Will that be a problem?

The Farmer School of Business recommends using Windows laptops (PCs) over Apple (Macs) because this best coordinates with our learning environment. There are various projects involving specific software in which a PC is used to teach. It is, therefore, easier to also use when out of the classroom. It is not a requirement that a PC be used, but it is a strong recommendation. Students who wish to run Windows using Apple’s Boot Camp technology or in a virtualized environment (using software such as Parallels or VMware Fusion) may do so. However, if the Windows environment on the Mac does not properly run the software, students will need to seek their own solutions as the Farmer School of Business does not have resources to support the use of applications in these environments. The burden of support will be on the student.


Our computer labs are set up with pay-for-print laser printers (both color and black/white) for student use.

Printing Portal


These pages contain IT Services site license links to desktop applications. Some hardware drivers and Operating System upgrades links are provided directly from websites outside the Miami University domain. The applications represent Miami's core suite of supported software on campus. The hardware drivers and OS updates are also part of Miami's technology support environment.

Technology Software

Technology Resources for Students

Farmer School of Business

800 East High Street
Suite 3075
Oxford, OH 45056