Apr 19, 2018
The International Business minor offers a unique opportunity for students to gain exposure to international business through a combination of coursework, international experience, and language. The minor is open to business students as well as non-business students who complete the necessary business foundation courses and course prerequisities.
Foreign Language: Demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language of choice through the intermediate level (202). Students may elect to test out of this requirement.
International experience: May be completed in one of the following ways:
- Participate in an approved university-sponsored overseas program such as: IBA trips, ISU, summer in Portugal program or Hessen Exchange program.
- A summer, semester or year abroad at a partner university.
Course work: A total of 21 credits (7 courses) as indicated below.
For additional information, contact the Charlton College of Business Dean’s Office.
Twelve (12) credits required.
ECO 231 Principles of Microeconomics
ACT 211 Principles of Accounting I (sophomore standing)
MKT 311 Principles of Marketing (junior standing)
MGT 311 Organizational Behavior (junior standing and ENL 265)
Elective Courses in Economics or Political Science
Six (6) credits required.
ECO 371 International Trade
ECO 372 International Finance
PSC 393 Portugal and the European Union (summer abroad component)
PSC 394 The Politics of European Integration (summer abroad component)
PSC 381 Contemporary International Relations
PSC 383 The Politics of International Economic Relations (PSC 151 or PSC 161)
Elective Course in Business
Three (3) credits required from the following:
MGT 420 International Management (senior standing)
MKT 420 International Marketing (MKT 311 and MKT 331)
FIN 494 International Financial Management (FIN 312)