A minor is available in International Business. It is open to both business and non-business majors. This minor is designed to provide a broad interdisciplinary background of the cultural, social, economic, political, and business environment of the world. The purpose is to prepare more globally competent men and women to function productively in the world economy. The specific curriculum requirements are listed below:
(May be used to replace a guided elective/Consent of Advisor Needed) (3)
All students with a minor in International Business are required to complete two years of college language studies. Students proficient in a foreign language may test out of this requirement through an exam arranged by the Department of Languages, Literature and Philosophy.
Only students with an overall GPA of 2.5 at the end of the sophomore year, as well as in ECON 2010-ECON 2020 and ACCT 2010-ACCT 2020, will be allowed to declare a minor in International Business.
All students are expected to meet the prerequisites for each course taken. Any exceptions, based on the background of any given student, must be approved in writing by an advisor in the Office of International Business Programs and a student’s Department Chair.
Business majors may apply restricted and unrestricted business electives in the major area towards satisfying the International Business minor.