Catalog 2010-2012

International Business

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.

Required:

World Affairs .....3 hours

Geography: 970:040 or

Political Science: 943:024

International Business core .....12 hours

Marketing: 130:161 or 130:177.

Management: 150:189.

Financial: 160:158 or 920:175.

Economics: 920:136 or 920:143.

International Experience .....0 hours

Business, Interdepartmental: 100:169**.

Electives (choose one of the following) .....2-3 hours

Business, Interdepartmental: 100:155/CAP:155*

Management: 150:161.

Political Science: 943:119, 943:143, 943:145.

Sociology: 980:167.

Criminology: 982:162.

Or any additional course listed within the international business core above.

17-18 hours

* 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.