Program of Study / International Business Minor


Minor

ACC-220 - Financial Accounting (3.00 cr.)

BUS-303 - Management and Organizational Behavior (3.00 cr.)

BUS-360 - Principles of Marketing (3.00 cr.)

BUS-310 - International Business (3.00 cr.)

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BUS-314 - International Business – Study Abroad Program (3.00 cr.)

BUS-369 - International Marketing (3.00 cr.)

ECO-100 - Principles of Macroeconomics (3.00 cr.)

ECO-334 - International Economics (3.00 cr.)

Accounting and Business Administration majors must choose two additional electives (6 hours) from the following list in lieu of ACC 220 and ECO 100.


Related Electives

6 credit hours of electives chosen from the following

BUS-315 - Contemporary International Culture and Commerce – Study Abroad Program (3.00 cr.)

GEO-205 - World Regional Geography (3.00 cr.)

POL-210 - International Politics (3.00 cr.)

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POL-320 - International Political Economy (3.00 cr.)

SPA-301 - Business Spanish (3.00 cr.)

RES-102 - World Religions (3.00 cr.)

Study abroad experience including courses that contain comparative cultural experience (for example: IDS 300 or IDS 301).

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