Global Business Minor (for non-business majors)
It’s a tough world out there. And it’s especially tough if you are trying to advance your career in business without the right educational credentials. Business places a premium on applicants with training in business-related disciplines. What is a student to do if he or she wants to pursue the non-business major of his or her passion and still be competitive in the workplace?
The traditional answer has been the business minor. But the traditional business minor requires the student to focus on a specific discipline. To be competitive in a wider field of career opportunities, the applicant may need a broader understanding of business and less familiarity with FASB accounting rules.
The Global Business Minor includes 5 courses:
- ENTR 3310 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- ENTR 3312 Introduction to Intrapreneurship
- INTB 3351 History of Globalization
- INTB 3352 Politics of Globalization
- INTB 3353 Economics of Globalization
The purpose of this new Global Business Minor is to give non-business majors a broad understanding of the business process, both for corporate and entrepreneurial business, along with an understanding of the historical, political, and economic context within which business operates. For more information, please review the online catalog.