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International Business Minor

Note: This minor is limited to students majoring in the College of Business and Economics.

Bus 345

Business Operating Decisions (3 cr)

Bus 381

International Finance (3 cr)

Bus 482

International Marketing (3 cr)

Econ 446

International Economics (3 cr)

PolS 237

International Politics (3 cr)

One of the following courses or another approved elective (3 cr):

Econ 415

Marketing Structure and Governmental Policy (3 cr)

Econ 447

International Development Economics (3 cr)

FLEN 307

The European Union (3 cr)

PolS 440

International Organizations and International Law (3 cr)

Foreign language mastery is required equivalent to completion of the introductory and intermediate courses, and an upper-division course in a language. A semester of study and/or internship in another country is recommended. CBE students currently have direct access to academic programs at Växjö University (Sweden), Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Chambéry (France), Pontifica Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Griffith University (Australia), Fachhochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (Germany), University of Zaragoza (Spain), Haagse Hogeschool (The Netherlands), the Southern Denmark Business School, and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (United Kingdom). CBE students also have access to programs in Australia, Chile, France, Italy, and Spain through the University Studies Abroad Consortium, and to numerous schools in various countries through the International Student Exchange Program. Internships are developed on an ad hoc basis.

Electives to total 20 credits for the minor