2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog

International Business (minor)

A minor in international business offers students a chance to focus on world trade and the expanding world markets while getting an overview of all aspects of business.

Students interested in business and/or foreign language will benefit from the international business curriculum through hands-on experience with business projects.

Career opportunities in the international business arena include banking, marketing and consulting.

Minor in International Business

20 credits minimum in Business Administration and/or Economics, 16 credits upper division.

BUS 251Principles of Accounting4
BUS 394International Business4
Additional upper division credits from international business and/or international economics courses12
International Finance
International Marketing
International Business Behavior
Pacific Rim/Art of Japanese Management
International Economics
Economic Development
Total Hours20

 

Required Supporting Course

ECON 203/203LGeneral Economics
   and General Economics Lab
5
Total Hours5

Professor

Damooei

Assistant professor

Tsaw