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The minor in international business will be attractive to students who plan careers with an international orientation and who wish to add breadth to their major. The minor is designed for students who desire to increase their understanding of various regions of the world and the global marketplace.
Students must complete the requirements specified below with a grade-point average of 2.0 in all courses taken to fulfill requirements 1 and 2.
*For students already admitted to International Business prior to Fall 2018, please view your curriculum here.
To be considered for admission, a student must be admitted to a major within the Eli Broad College of Business (Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, or Supply Chain Management). The minor in international business is administered by the Broad College of Business and is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs in the Broad College.
*A course taken to fulfill this requirement may not be used within requirement 2.
*Important pre-requisites. Please see an advisor or course descriptions for more information.
**Special Topics or Introduction courses (ACC/FI/MGT/SCM/GBL 491 or 393) must submit an International Course Request.
The completion of a study abroad program (6 credits minimum) or pre-approved international internship (credit or non-credit) as approved by the Eli Broad College of Business. For more information or guidance, please see an advisor.
Demonstrate competency in a foreign language equivalent to four semesters of study at the university level.
*The results of the Michigan State University foreign language placement test will be considered in determining whether the student has fulfilled this requirement. For more information on the placement test, please visit the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA).
*Language course credit/equivalency means students will be completing courses through the “202-level.” If students begin at a higher level, fewer than 4 semesters will be needed to complete the “202-level” requirement.
*For more information, please see an advisor in the Eli Broad College of Business.