Offered by: College of Business Administration, International Business and Marketing Department
Students from both business and non-business majors/subplans who have an interest in pursuing careers related to international business may complete the Minor in International Business. The purpose of the minor is to provide sufficient knowledge and expertise in international business for students to successfully apply the specialties of their fields to international careers.
To enroll in the minor or for more information about it, see the International Business Minor Advisor. Students are responsible for meeting the requirements of the minor program in effect when the formal contract for the Minor in International Business is signed. The contract should be signed before coursework in the minor is begun.
The minor is comprised of required and directed elective courses. Most students already in the College of Business Administration will be able to take the required courses with at most one additional prerequisite course in addition to those required in their fields. Students from outside the College of Business Administration must complete a number of courses in Business and Economics before courses required in the International Business Minor can be taken, but may have satisfied the directed elective requirements through their degree major coursework.