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International Business Minor

The International Business minor involves the study of global business issues in increasingly interdependent world markets.  International business professionals understand the interlocking nature of culture, economics, exporting, finance, language, management and marketing.

Required courses for the International Business minor are:

  • Free Enterprise (BIZ 1001)
  •                   OR
  • Principles of Entrepreneurship (ABUS 2221)                                    
  • Macroeconomic Foundations (BIZ 2031)
  • Global Environment Business Planning (BIZ 3001)
  • Development Economics (BIZ 3861)

Approved Electives: 6 Credit Hours