International Business Minor
Deena Burris, Department of Business Management
The rapid globalization of business is creating dynamic changes in the business environment. The international business minor provides students with an understanding of the financial, economic, and political context of international business and the skills necessary to effectively participate in today’s global marketplace. Courses for the minor are designed to provide insight and understanding into economic, financial, political, and historic developments within the context of international business, and while it is not required, students are encouraged to expand their experiential learning through international study abroad experiences.
The minor requires a minimum of 16 credit hours (four courses).
- ECON 221 Macro: US in World Econ – 4 credits
- BUS 246 International Business Manage – 4 credits
- Two course from: 8 credits
- BUS/ECON 333 Money and Capital Markets
- ECON 335 Comparative Economics Systems
- ECON 432 International Economics
- PSCI 330 International Political Economy
- An International Study Abroad class approved by the International Business Coordinator
Total credit hours required for international business minor – 16 credits