International Business Minor

Students minoring in International Business take courses in global business, geography, economics, anthropology, and international relations.

Students choose one elective related to international business, which may also count towards their major. Popular electives include classes on international finance, cross-cultural management, global marketing, international trade, international finance and economic policy and many more.

Several of the Magis Core Signature elements, including the Magis Interdisciplinary requirement (MSID), Writing Across the Curriculum (MWAC), and Writing Within the Discipline (MWID), are satisfied by the foundational coursework in International Business. Many of electives count towards other Magis Core requirements, ensuring that International Business is an excellent complement to any major or minor in the Dolan School.

For an 18-credit minor in International Business, students complete:

INTL 1050People, Places, and Global Issues3
INTL 1051Introduction to International Relations3
INTL 1052Culture and the Political Economy3
ECON 1011Introduction to Microeconomics 13
or ECON 1012 Introduction to Macroeconomics
or INTL 1053 Introduction to Economics
INTL 2101Introduction to International Business3
Select one elective course from the following:3
Total Credits18


International Business Electives

ECON 2120Introduction to Environmental Economics3
ECON 3230Comparative Economic Systems3
ECON 3231International Trade3
ECON 3233International Economic Policy and Finance3
ECON 3235Economic Development3
ECON 3237Fair Trade and Microfinance3
FNCE 3200Global Capital Markets3
FNCE 4240International Financial Management3
INTL 2154Contemporary Issues Affecting the Global Business Environment3
INTL 3980Internship0-3
INTL 3990Independent Study1-3
MGMT 4350International Law3
MGMT 4385Managing People for Global Business3
MGMT 4390Cross-Cultural Management3
MKTG 4312Global Marketing3