The minor in International Business for School of Business majors provides an introduction for those students interested in learning more about elements of business unique to international organizations or in pursuing a career in international business. With a strong set of business skills developed through the core undergraduate curriculum and their majors, students in the International Business Minor can further develop their skills in managing and communicating across different cultures, improve their understanding of how specific business disciplines vary in an international setting, and cultivate an appreciation for international monetary issues.
Students must complete five courses for a total of 15 credits. At least eight credits of the minor courses must be unique to the International Business Minor and not applied toward any other major, minor, or concentration. Students must achieve a grade of C or better in each course that is applied to the minor.
For policies governing all minors, see AP.5.3.4 Minors. The School of Business residency requirement for this minor supersedes the university requirement: at least nine credits must be earned at Mason.
Total credits: 15
|MGMT 461||Cross Cultural and Global Management||3|
|Select four electives from the following: 1||12|
|Accounting in a Global Economy|
|International Financial Management|
|Supply Chain Management in a Global Economy|
|Economics of Developing Areas (Mason Core)|
|Economic Development of Latin America (Mason Core)|
|African Economic Development (Mason Core)|
|Economies in Transition (Mason Core)|
|International Economics (Mason Core)|
|International Money and Finance|
|International Political Economy|
|Money, Markets and Economic Policy (Mason Core)|
A maximum of one ECON or GOVT course may count towards the minor. The other three electives must be School of Business coursework.
Students must complete one of the following in addition to the curriculum requirements:
- Global residency course;
- An international internship abroad;
- A domestic internship with significant international experience;
- An approved study abroad program; or
- Study at a Mason campus or a Mason joint program overseas
- One language study course; or
- A course taught in foreign literature when taught in a foreign language