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Undergraduate Catalog | 2022-2023 
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International Management, Minor

The Minor in International Management is designed to provide students who have an interest in global business with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge of international management.  Topic areas include the international business environment, including economic trends, politics, and cultural variations and norms; managerial issues, including all functions of a typical multinational enterprise such as organization, production, marketing, human resources, political risk assessment, and negotiation; and international finance.  The Minor in International Management offers students a competitive advantage in career opportunities across a broad spectrum of business and government sectors both domestically and globally.  The Minor in International Management is only open to students majoring in the Belk College of Business.

Minor Requirements

To be accepted into the Minor in International Management and to progress into the upper division of the College, students must present a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA and must be of at least Junior standing.  A Minor in International Management requires 15 credit hours.  Students may attempt each of the courses in the minor two times.

Total = 15 Credit Hours

Grade Requirements

To obtain this minor, students must meet the University requirements of a GPA of at least 2.0 overall and in the courses for the minor.  Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all required and elective minor courses and their prerequisite courses.  When students repeat a course, both the old and new grades are included in the overall GPA.  Courses repeated under the Grade Replacement Policy are excluded from the overall GPA computation.  However, this repeated course does count as an attempt.   Students must also meet the Belk College of Business residency requirements listed under the “Degree Requirements” heading on the main College of Business page .