Minor in International Commerce
- . MAJOR IN BUSINESS. To be successful in an international business enterprise, a baccalaureate degree holder must be able to contribute to one of the functional operations of the business. For this reason, the minor in international commerce is limited to students obtaining a major in business.
- . FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY. Students must demonstrate a proficiency in a foreign language. This requirement could be met through:
- a. Completion of a second semester of intermediate level foreign language with a grade of C or better.
- b. Achieving a score on the appropriate language placement exam equivalent to a grade of C in second semester intermediate level language. International students whose primary language is not English would be exempt from this requirement. Credits in foreign language used to meet this requirement could also be used to meet General Education requirements.
- . CULTURAL AWARENESS COURSES. Nine credit hours must be taken in courses approved by the dean that compare different cultures or examine the history, politics, social structures, or cultures of countries other than those of the student. Courses taken to meet this requirement may also be used to meet College of Business humanities or social science requirements when appropriate.
- . INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE COURSES. Nine credit hours must be taken in international or comparative business or economics. Courses taken to meet this requirement may be used to meet major requirements when appropriate, but are in addition to FIN 310 (International Business and Financial Markets) which is required of all business majors. Approved courses include:
FIN g475 International Corporate Finance
MGT g465 International Business
MKTG g465 International Marketing
ECON g334 International Economics
ECON g472 Comparative Economic Systems
Business Administration Minor
Students receiving degrees in other colleges may satisfy the requirements for a minor in the College of Business by successfully completing the following courses:
ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I 3 cr
ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II 3 cr
ECON 201-202 Economic Principles and
Problems 6 cr
FIN 315 Corporate Financial
Management 3 cr
MGT 216 Business Statistics 3 cr
MGT 217 Advanced Business Statistics 3 cr
MGT g312 Individual and Organizational
Behavior 3 cr
MGT 329 Operations/Production
Management 3 cr
MKTG 325 Basic Marketing Management 3 cr
TOTAL: 30 cr