International Business Minor
Understand key issues in international commerce, politics, and economic development.
The International Business minor provides students with a broad-based understanding of key issues in international commerce, politics, and economic development, and offers students the chance to explore opportunities in the global marketplace.
- Macroeconomics; Principles of Management and Organization; International Business; Economic Development or International Economics and one of the following: International Politics, International Investments, or a BUS, ECO or POL course with an international focus approved by the Business and Finance Program Chair. Students must also transfer to The King’s College for credit at least one course the goal of which is to develop beginning ability in a language other than English, or provide other certified evidence of commensurate competency from another higher education institution, subject to approval by the Program Chair; or complete an approved, internationally-focused academic experience through The King’s College or provide certified evidence from another higher education institution of a similar experience subject to approval by the Program Chair.
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