The interdepartmental minor in International Business is available to College of Business Administration students majoring in Accounting, Business Teaching, Economics - Business Economics emphasis, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Real Estate. The purpose of the minor is to provide a plan of study that builds upon the knowledge gained through business core and business major courses with respect to issues associated with operating within the global economy.
World Affairs .....3 hours
Geography: 970:040 or
Political Science: 943:024
International Business core .....12 hours
International Experience .....0 hours
Business, Interdepartmental: 100:169**.
Electives (choose one of the following) .....2-3 hours
Business, Interdepartmental: 100:155/CAP:155*
Or any additional course listed within the international business core above.
* Either of these courses fulfills the Liberal Arts Core Capstone requirement. Other global perspective Capstone courses may be approved, by student request, to fulfill the requirements of this elective.
** This 100:169 course requires the successful completion of an approved study abroad experience, or a departmental internship or cooperative education experience that includes a significant international component. Department internships or cooperative education credits that meet the requirements of the international experience can, by student request, be used to fulfill the elective requirement.