The International Business Minor prepares business majors to work effectively with global executives throughout the world. Today all business has global implications. Students are strongly encouraged to select a short-term study abroad experiences as one of their classes within the minor, which will provide first-hand knowledge of living and working abroad. Consider adding a foreign language to the minor to prepare for expatriate assignments, for careers as a Foreign Policy Advisor, Global Product Manager, Global Account Manager, International Market Coordinator, International Sales Director, or International Trade Assistant.
A minor must contain 15-18 semester hours of coursework, including at least 9 hours of upper-division courses at the 3000-4000 level. Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas A through E may not be counted toward completion of the minor, but courses taken in Core Area F may be used to fulfill minor requirements.
|BUSA 3351||International Business||3|
|ECON 3110||International Trade||3|
|Select three electives chosen in consultation with WSOB faculty advisor, one must be Upper Division:||9|
|Spec Topics International Bus|
|Managing Effective Teams|
|Elementary French I|
|Elementary French II|
|Elementary German I|
|Elementary German II|
|Elementary Spanish I|
|Elementary Spanish II|
|* Grade of C or higher required.|