International Business (Minor)
This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2020–Spring 2021 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.
Minor in International Business
Unit: College of Business (BU)
Academic Plan Code(s): IBUSMINOR
The Minor in International Business program is open to College of Business students only.
If academically planned, the International Business minor course requirements can be incorporated within the undergraduate degree program requirements.
An international experience is required for the minor. Contact the College of Business advising center for details.
|Foreign Language Requirement 1||12|
|Select two International Business Courses: 2||6|
|Emerging Market Economies|
|Supply Chain Management|
|Select one Arts & Sciences International Course: 2||3|
|Anthropology of China - SB, D2|
|Cultures of the Middle East|
|Cultures of Africa - D2, SB|
|The Anthropology of Latin America - SB, D2|
|History of Civilizations II - SBH, D2|
|Europe from 1800 to the Present|
|Latin America, 1820 to Present|
|Modern Jewish History: The 20th Century|
|The United States and the Middle East|
|Russian History II|
|History of France, 1799 to the Present|
|African History Since 1800 - SBH, D2|
|History of India|
|Introduction to World Religions - D2, AH|
|Survey of Islamic Thought, Religion and Culture|
|East Asian Cultures - AH, D2|
|Modern Islamic Thought|
|Modern Jewish Thought|
|Cultures of Modern Africa|
|African History Since 1800 - D2, SBH|
|Introduction to Comparative Politics - D2, SB|
|International Organization - WR|
|International Law - WR|
|The Politics of Global Economic Relations|
|Politics of European Integration and Foreign Policy|
|Politics and Government of Western Europe|
|Russia and Eurasia - WR|
|Comparative Political Culture - WR|
|African Government and Politics|
|Introduction to Middle East Politics|
|Comparative Political Economy|
|People's Republic of China - WR|
|Politics of East Asia|
|Politics and Government of Southeast Asia|
|Latin America in the World|
|Minimum Total Hours||21|
2.0 GPA in minor program coursework is required for graduation with the International Business minor.
A minimum of 8 hours must be in the same language.
Three (3) hours of Arts & Science International course requirements will be waived if a student participates in a Study Abroad Program with approval by the College of Business. The duration of the program must be a minimum of three months.