Minors

Minor in International Business and Economics

This is an interdisciplinary minor that will give the students a theoretical and practical perspective on an area that can only grow in importance in an increasingly globalized world market. Students will benefit from the opportunity to study the interrelated fields of International Business and Economics.

Required courses:

  • ECON 1101 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON 1103 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • INBU 3301 - Global Business Environment

Five of the following (at least one must be chosen from this group):

  • ECON 2221 - International Trade
  • ECON 2229 - International Money and Finance

One of:

  • ECON 2261 - Development Economics
  • ECON 2263 - Development Economics – Field School Program

At least one must be chosen from this group:

  • FNCE 3302 - International Finance
  • INBU 3302 - International Marketing
  • INBU 3305 - International Market Strategies
  • INBU 3306 - International Trade Research
  • INBU 3307 - International Trade Law
  • INBU 3730 - Special Projects in International Business
  • INBU 4408 - International Trade Management