Minor in International Business

Become Globally-competent

The Minor in International Business is open to business & non-business majors and is designed to provide a broad interdisciplinary background of the world’s cultural, social, economic, political, and business environment.  The purpose is to prepare more globally competent women and men to function productively and competitively in the world economy.
 
Prerequisites

  • Maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 at the end of the sophomore year
  • Have taken ECON 2010- Principles of Economics I, ECON 2020- Principles of  Economics II, and ACCT 2010- Principles of Financial Accounting , ACCT 2020- Principles of Managerial Accounting ,  and achieve a minimum 2.5 GPA in each cluster.


Requirements

  • Complete two (2) years of college language studies or test out through an exam
  • Language (Please check): French ____ Spanish ____ Other (Please Specify) _________________
  • Serve in an internship with a company involved in international business
  •  Minimum of 21 hours of business courses from those listed below.



Guided Electives (Choose 9 credit hours)

MGMT 4120    International Business Management                  3                  __________________________

MKTG 4350     International Marketing                                         3                  __________________________

FINA 4700        International Finance                                             3                  __________________________

ACCT 4250      International Accounting                                       3                  __________________________

ECON 4150      Economic Development                                        3                  __________________________

 

Required Courses (6 credit hours)

ECON 4100      International Economics                                       3                  __________________________

MGMT 4800    International Internship                                         3                  __________________________

 

General Electives (3 credit hours for business majors)

POLI 3600        Introduction to Comparative Politics                  3                  __________________________

POLI 3630        International Relations                                          3                  __________________________

POLI 3670        American Foreign Policy                                        3                  __________________________

POLI 3680        Third World Politics                                                 3                  __________________________

POLI 3930        Political Economy                                                   3                  __________________________

GEOG 4440      Cultural Geography                                                3                  __________________________

GEOG 4700      Political Geography                                                 3                  __________________________

GEOG 4750      Economic Geography                                             3                  __________________________

AGSC 4040      World Agriculture                                                    3                  __________________________

 

Area Studies ( 3 credit hours and consent of advisor is needed)

At least 3 hours of upper-division non-business electives in Area Studies (courses concentrating on Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, South America and Asia).  Students are encouraged to choose an area study that corresponds to their foreign language specialty.    3                                                                                                                        

 

 
 






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