Department of Business Administration

International Business

The minor in International Business is designed to give increased understanding of the international dimension of business. Participation is limited to students with a major in accounting, finance, hotel, restaurant and institutional management, hospitality industry studies, management, management information systems, marketing, sport management or operations program. The minor is awarded only to students who have applied and been admitted to the program. Admission will be based on the availability of seats and the GPA of the student. The 18 credits required for the minor may also be used to meet other distribution requirements, such as the University Discovery Learning Experience, degree breadth requirements and professional electives. Students electing the International Business minors are encouraged to incorporate a short-term study abroad program into their course of study. 


  1. International Business and Economics Courses Credits: 9 credits
    ​(The nine credits must be passed with a minimum grade of C- or better). 
    ACCT 395* Seminar: International Accounting
    BUAD 384 Global Business Environment
    BUAD 386 International Business Management
    BUAD 391* Seminar on International Management
    BUAD 393* Seminar on International Marketing Management
    BUAD 394* Seminar on International Operations Management
    BUAD 425 Current Issues in Global Business
    BUAD 475 International Marketing
    ECON 340* International Economic Relations
    FINC 392* Seminar on International Financial Management
    FINC 415 Finance Seminar: International Finance
    *These courses only offered overseas during Winter Session
  2. Nine credits must be taken from the following courses (no more than ONE course can be taken in a department): 
    ANTH 101, 230, 255, 261, 269, 316, 324, 325, 330, 333, 375, 441, 443, 444 PHIL 204
    ECON 311, 340, 441, 443, 444 POSC 240, 310, 363, 408, 448, 463
    FREC 401 SOCI 328
    GEOG 120, 210, 236, 422 Foreign Language Course (107 or higher)
    HIST 103, 104  

Application Process & Eligibility 
Application for the Minor in Business Administration may be submitted online through UDSIS and are reviewed at the end of the second week of the fall and spring semesters. 
Only open to majors in Lerner College (excluding Economics)



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