International Business Management Minor
Deena Burris, Department of Business Management
The international business management minor provides students with exposure to and implementation of international business management theories necessary to conduct business globally. This minor will assist students in understanding the practice of global business and how culture influences the practice of management. Students will also learn the difference between studying international business from a theoretical perspective and studying it in an applied way. Knowledge and concepts from the areas of business management, international studies, economics and political science are included to maximize learning the practice of global management.
The minor requires a minimum of 16 credit hours (four courses).
- ECON 221 Macro: US in World Econ – 4 credits
- BUS 246 International Business Management – 4 credits
- Two course from: 8 credits
- BUS 321 Human Resource Law and Management
- ECON 432 International Economics
- PSCI 330 International Political Economy
- PSCI 391 Globalization and Its Discontents
Total credit hours required for international business management minor – 16 credits