International Business Minor

The International Business minor draws upon curricula from various functional areas in business including marketing, management, economics, finance, and hospitality to provide students a well-rounded understanding of international business. Students possessing this knowledge will gain a competitive advantage in today’s workplace, as businesses are increasingly conducted on a global scale. This minor will benefit students who would like to work abroad or who would like to work in an organization that is engaged in business on a global scale.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 2.5
● Not available to students in the International Business concentration of the Business Administration major

Program Requirements

Core Courses
ECON 101Applied Macroeconomics3
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
INBS 347Export/Import Marketing Process3
Business Electives
Complete three courses from the following:9
World Resources and Industries
International Economics
Globalization and World Development
International Macroeconomic Policy
International Financial Management
International Tourism Marketing and Management
International Marketing
International Retailing
International Business Co-op Ed
International Justice II
International Criminal Law and Procedure
Human Trafficking
Human Rights and International Justice
Negotiations in the Workplace
Cross-Cultural Behavior and Management
Practicum in E-Retailing
Sustainability Marketing
Ethics and Business
Social and Political Philosophy
Psychology of Leadership: Theory and Application
Social Psychology
Psychology Of Work: Personnel Psychology
Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making
Sociology of Rich and Poor Nations
Total Credits18