College of Business > Academics > Department of Economics > Majors & Minors > International Business Minor
Students in the Driehaus College of Business who demonstrate a proficiency in a modern language may minor in International Business. Students will learn about factors affecting international trade, monetary economics, and political economy with a special focus on a particular economic hot spot.
The International Business minor is available to Driehaus College of Business students only. A student must be able to demonstrate that he or she has modern language proficiency through the intermediate level of college coursework to complete the minor.
The minor consists of six to ten courses totaling 24.0-36.0 hours:
The exact mix of language and area studies courses is determined by the student’s starting level in the modern language.
Examples of language/area studies mix:
The three courses taken for the Economics/International Business requirements must be chosen from at least two different departments. The one course taken for the economics requirement may not be used again for the two course international business requirement; course sharing is not allowed.
All courses used toward the International Business minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.
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