International Business - Undergraduate Minor
A minor in international business provides the student with a background in international business that can be useful in many settings given the increasing intensity of globalization. Especially those who wish to find work with large companies with an international presence or for those who may want to own their own business dealing internaionally, the minor in international business can help lay the groundwork for a successful career.
A minor consists of 18 or more credit hours of approved course work in the International Business core, all completed with a grade of C- or higher. At least 12 credits must be completed at NMSU. This minor is not open to majors in the Bachelor of Individualized Studies and the Bachelor of Applied Studies.
|I B 351||International Business||3|
|ECON/I B 450||International Economics||3|
|FIN/I B 475||International Managerial Finance||3|
|or ECON 449||Open Economy Macroeconomics|
|I B 489||Senior Seminar in International Business||3|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Economic Development of Latin America||3|
|Comparative Economic Systems||3|
|International Business and Economic Environments||3|
|Upper-division business course||3|
In addition, I B minors must meet the foreign language proficiency requirement described below.
Students must demonstrate oral and written proficiency in a foreign language at the intermediate mid-level according to the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) proficiency guidelines. (Process for demonstrating proficiency to be coordinated with the NMSU Department of Languages and Linguistics. Any costs associated with proficiency demonstration will be paid by the student.)