Rhode Island College

2020-2021 Catalog


International Business Minor

Faculty Contact: Kemal Saatcioglu

Students must consult with their assigned advisor before they will be able to register for courses.

Students are also advised to consult with the faculty contact for the International Business minor for creating a personalized plan at the time they declare this minor.

Retention Requirements

A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 in the International Business minor.

Course Requirements

Choose FOUR courses from A and B combined:

A. TWO OR THREE COURSES from the following:

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ECON 421International Economics

4

As needed.
-Or-

ECON 422Economics of Developing Countries

4

As needed.
 

FIN 434International Financial Management

4

Fall, Spring.
MGT 345Managing in the World’s Regions

4

Annually.
MKT 329Global Marketing

4

Fall, Spring.

B. ONE OR TWO COURSES from the following:

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
COMM 348Global Communication

4

Fall.
POL 203Global Politics

4

Fall, Spring.
POL 303International Law and Organization

4

Spring.
POL 341The Politics of Developing Nations

4

Spring.
POL 342The Politics of Global Economic Change

4

Every third semester.
POL 345International NGOs and Nonprofits

4

Fall.
Total Credit Hours:25-38

Note: Courses taken to meet the requirements of other business majors or minors (in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Health Care Administration, Management, and Marketing) cannot be used to simultaneously fulfill the requirements of the international business minor (termed double counting).

Note: Can be completed within 21-26 credits with cognates that double count as AQSR, Mathematics, and Social and Behavioral Science categories of General Education.