Extend your business education across international borders.
Today's economy is becoming more global by the day. Supplement your business education
with an International Business minor and understand how the world's businesses interact.
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Why minor in international business?
For students seeking a career that extends across borders, the International Business
minor is an exceptional addition to any business major's course of study. You'll learn
how business is done around the world and how it differs from the United States.
The international business minor is only open to business majors. The minor requires
the completion of LEVEL II Proficiency in a language or a study abroad experience.
Graduates of UND's Nistler College of Business & Public Administration are sought
after by some of the nation's leading businesses, accounting, investment and banking
firms. Possible career paths include careers in global supply chain work, import/export
work, or work overseas with multinational companies.
International Business Minor at UND
Take courses through UND's Nistler College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA),
among the top 5% of business schools in the world.
Sharpen your trading skills at the campus' Lanterman Investment Center. You'll learn
to balance risk and reward with access to nearly 140 different worldwide exchanges.
Network and meet other influencers when you participate in any of our 25 student-run
professional clubs and organizations.
International Business Minor Courses
ACCT 380. International Accounting. 3 Credits.
Topics include comparative accounting systems, environmental influences on accounting, international financial statement analysis, foreign currency transactions, international standards harmonization, international taxation, transfer pricing, and multinational performance evaluation. Prerequisites: ACCT 201; Junior or Senior Standing; declared CoBPA majors only. S.
ECON 380. Global Economic Development. 3 Credits.
This course focuses on economic development issues at the global level. It covers both developing countries in the conventional sense and economies in transition from socialism to a market economy. In this context development is broadly defined as the transition from one stage of development to another. Selected topics common among these countries (such as determinants of growth, modernization, technology, price liberalization, privatization, macro stabilization, trade policies, legal structure, organized crime, inequality, poverty, human capital, and global sustainability) are discussed to better understand the forces that shape the wealth and well being of nations and people in the world around us. Prerequisites: ECON 201 and ECON 202. On demand.
MGMT 420. Multinational Management. 3 Credits.
This course is an introduction to the dynamics of management processes encountered in a multinational business setting. It covers comparative management systems and analysis of various environmental conditions for making effective managerial decisions within a multinational company. Adaptation to different cultures is emphasized as one of the essential components of the successful multinational management equation. Prerequisites: MGMT 300 with a grade of C or better, Junior or Senior standing, and declared COBPA majors only. On demand.
MRKT 325. International Marketing. 3 Credits.
Survey of international business environment, with focus on elements of international marketing practices and their management. Prerequisites: MRKT 305; Sophomore, Junior or Senior Standing; declared CoBPA majors only. F,S.
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