Minor in International Business and IB with Language Hero Image

Learn more about business in a global society.

Add a minor in international business or international business with language to your Lerner College major.

Either minor can be added to any non-economics business degree from Lerner to give you a competitive edge and a foundation for dealing with the intricacies of international business.

You can make this minor even more valuable by adding a study abroad program to your course of study. UD was the first university in the country to offer study abroad. We have an array of programs across disciplines that fulfill a variety of requirements.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

All courses 3 credits unless stated otherwise.

The international business with language minor requires two additional classes (6 credits) in a 200-level foreign language.

International Business and Economics Courses: choose 3

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 Economics
FINC 392 – Seminar on International Financial Management
FINC 415 – International Finance

International and Regional Studies Courses: choose 3

Many of these courses are only available during a semester abroad.

ANTH 101 – Introduction to Social & Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 230 – Peoples of the World
ARTH 163 – Architecture in Global Contexts
ARTH 198 – Studies in World Art & Architecture
ARTH 209 – Early Medieval Art: 200-1000 AD
ARTH 239 – Art and Architecture of Europe
ARTH 237 – Art of Tibet
ARTH 249 – Art and Architecture in Context
ARTH 305 – Italian Baroque Art: Metaphor & Marvel
ARTH 321 – Great Cities of the World: Ancient Rome
COMM 263 – International Social Conduct
COMM 421 – Intercultural Communication
ECON 311 – Economics of Developing Countries
ECON 340 – International Economics
FASH 355 – International Fashion Consumers & Retailers
FLLT 319 – Topics: French Literature in Translation
FLLT 321 – Topics: Chinese Literature in Translation
FLLT 325 – Topics: German Literature in Translation
FLLT 326 – Topics: Hispanic Literature in Translation
FLLT 327 – Topics: Russian Literature in Translation
FLLT 328 – Topics: Japanese Literature in Translation
FLLT 329 – Topics: Italian Literature in Translation
FLLT 330 – Varying Authors, Themes & Movements
FLLT 331 – Introduction to Chinese films
FLLT 332 – Topics: Arabic Literature in Translation
FLLT 333 – Israeli Film
FLLT 337 – Brazil Through Film
FLLT 338 – Light and Shadow – Japanese Films
GEOG 102 – Human Geography
GEOG 120 – World Regional Geography
HIST 103 – World History I
HIST 104 – World History II
HIST 135 – Introduction to Latin American History
HIST 137 – East Asian Civilizations: China
HIST 138 – East Asian Civilizations: Japan
HIST 339 – Topics in European History
HIST 341 – Ancient Rome
HIST 357 – The European City
MUSC 103 – Introduction to Italian Opera
MUSC 205 – Music of the World
PHIL 204 – World Religions
POSC 240 – Introduction to Global Politics
POSC 309 – Political Culture by Country
POSC 310 – European Politics
POSC 311 – Politics of Developing Nations
POSC 350 – Politics and the Environment
POSC 409 – Topics in World Politics
POSC 441 – Contemporary Politics by Country

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