9.27. International Business

Programs offered through the Hammack School of Business (Sec. 4.1.3.):

  • Minor in International Business (TU)

This minor is designed for non-Business Administration majors who wish to have an understanding of the conduct of business abroad. The successful pursuit of one’s career interests will likely involve the acquisition of capital, the deployment of resources, and the direction of people. Accomplishing this in an international setting requires a clear appreciation for the mechanisms and institutions of global commercial life. This course provides an understanding of the infrastructure of a for-profit business and a familiarity with both governmental and non-governmental international institutions.

Minor in International Business (TU)

  1. Completion of one of the following courses:
    • ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics
    • ECO 122 Principles of Macroeconomics
  2. Completion of all of the following courses:
    • BUS 260 Principles of Management
    • BUS 370 International Business
    • ECO 320 Economic Development
    • ECO 323 International Economics
  3. Additional requirements and things to note:
    • A grade of “C-” or better is required in all courses contributing to the minor.
    • No upper level courses taken in completion of the minor can be used towards any other major or minor offered within the division of economics and business administration in the Hammack School of Business.