Students may minor in international business to facilitate careers in international trade that involve business firms, international organizations, or the U.S. government. For the international business minor, students may fulfill the foreign language requirements by taking 12 semester hours in one or more foreign languages.
A minor in international business includes the following courses:
|ECN 142||PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS||3|
|ECN 143||PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS||3|
|ACC 211||PRINC OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACC 212||MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING||3|
|MSC 287||BUSINESS STATISTICS I||3|
|FIN 375||FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS||3|
|MGT 301||MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS||3|
|MKT 301||PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING||3|
|MGT 450||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS||3|
|ECN 454||INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS||3|
|FIN 454||INTERNATIONAL FINANCE||3|
|Select a minimum of 12 semester hours of a foreign language||12|
|Total Semester Hours||45|
Students interested in specializing in international trade should also consider the B.A. in Foreign Languages and International Trade (FLIT) which includes a composite major offered by the College of Liberal Arts in the Department of Foreign Languages in cooperation with College of Business Administration. For additional information on the FLIT degree program, see the section of this catalog for the Foreign Languages Department.