International Business Minor
Students, especially non-business majors, must pay careful attention to the prerequisites for the professional business courses as stated in the course descriptions. Additional prerequisites total 18-24 credits.
|ECO 340||Introduction to International Economics||3|
|FIN 440||Multinational Financial Management||3|
|MGT 360||Global Perspective on Business||3|
|MKT 341||International Marketing||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Contemporary Global Issues|
|The Law of International Business Transactions|
|Comparative Economic Systems|
|International Financial Economics|
|The Global Responsibility of Business|
|Comparative Management Systems|
|Business, Labor and Human Rights|
|International Human Resource Management|
|Comparative Marketing Systems|
|International Marketing Strategies|
|International Business Internship (up to three credits from IB 450 or MGT 452 )|
or MGT 452
|College of Business Administration International Internship|
|Independent Study (up to three credits)|
In addition to the 18 credits required above, students are required to either have an international experience of three weeks or more in length (e.g., study abroad) or take eight credits in modern language (one year in the same language). This is waived for students whose native language is not English. The international experience must be pre-approved by the College of Business Administration International Business Advisory Committee. Students should apply for approval at least one semester before the planned experience. The advisory committee will determine the credit value of the experience. For non-U.S. based students, this requirement is met through the satisfactory completion of all required course work.
A maximum of six credits can be applied to a student’s College of Business Administration major.