The International Business minor prepares students to engage with a globally connected marketplace by developing their awareness, understanding, and ability to critically analyze the globally connected world.

Students minoring in international business acquire skills to trade with foreign suppliers and distributors, and work effectively in multicultural work environments.

There is a focus on experiential learning including projects that sometimes involve global teams comprised of students from around the world, and ample opportunities to gain international experience through study abroad and internship programs that better prepare students for competition in the global economy. Culverhouse may be local, but our knowledge is global.

International Business minor Hours
EC 110Principles of Microeconomics3
IBA 350Introduction to World Business3
IBA 351Multinat'l Bus. Communication3
IBA 460Export/Import Management3
Choose 1 course from the following list:3
Global Marketing
International Trade
International Finance
International Finance
Choose 1 course from the following list:3
Approved Study Abroad Course or Approved Capstone International Program*
  • In program-approved situations, the study abroad class could replace one of the classes in the minor (e.g. IBA 351 or its approved equivalent taken during study abroad).
Total Hours18