International Business Minor
Director: Long Le
The minor in international business is designed to educate students in a broad range of management and business skills in a global context. The program includes coursework in language, social science, and international business and is open to all undergraduate students. The minor provides students with an understanding of the social, economic, and political context of international business, the language communication skills, and the business skills to be effective managers in a global marketplace. Students are encouraged to participate in a study abroad program or internship to complement this minor.
Requirements for the Minor
Students must complete the following requirements for a minor in international business:
One course from ARAB 23, CHIN 23, FREN 100, GERM 100, ITAL 100, JAPN 23, SPAN 23
Students who feel that they already have the required level of language competency must demonstrate such by completing one of the above courses (or a more advanced 100 or 101 level course). Other languages do not qualify.
BUSN 70 (or BUSN 170); ACTG 11; ECON 1, 2, 3; and MGMT 80
One course from MGMT 6, PHIL 26
World Geography or Social Science in a Global Context Cultures & Ideas 3
Two approved Cultures & Ideas 3 courses in anthropology, history, political science, sociology, or two courses listed below, or a combination for a total of two courses in both groupings: ENVS 50; ECON 129, 134, 138; HIST 105; POLI 50, 119, 121, 122, 136, 137, 140, 142, 144, 146; PSYC 162; SOCI 138
Other eligible selected comparative politics courses may be approved by the director of the international business minor program
Note that some courses may require prerequisites.
Two upper-division courses from FNCE 151; MGMT 170; MKTG 178; ECON 181, 182
Note that some courses may require prerequisites and may be offered only once per year.
Recommended (but not required)
Completion of advanced language courses
Participation in study abroad programs; approved equivalent courses taken abroad may fulfill requirements of the minor
Internship related to an international business career
Additional coursework in economic development, modern history, and politics of selected world regions
Professor Long Le
Director, International Business Minor
Lucas Hall 321-T