The international business minor at Northern Michigan University is designed to enable students to create a minor course of study focusing on international business. This minor is suitable for anyone who is entering a business environment with a degree in any field other than business or to compliment a business major. In addition, this minor may help make non-business majors more competitive in the job search process and compliment a variety majors.
For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Business, College of department page.
Bulletin Year: 2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin
|Total Credits Required||20|
|EC 201 Microeconomic Principles||4|
|IP 190 Introduction to International Studies [SOCR]||4|
|MGT 121 Introduction to Business [PERS]||4|
|MGT 475 International Business||4|
|Choose four credits from the following:|
|BC 420 Global Communication (4 cr.)|
|BC 415 Intercultural Communication (4 cr.) [SOCR]|
|EC 425 International Economics (4 cr.)|
|GC 164 Human Geography (4 cr.) [SOCR]|
|IP 490 International Studies Seminar * (4 cr.) [INTT]|
|MKT 466 International Marketing (4 cr.)|
|PS 206 International Relations (4 cr.)|
*Requires an international study experience.
Recommended: Completion of an NMU Language Certification. For details, contact the Department of Languages, Literatures & International Studies.