Department of Management, College of Business and Economics
This minor is designed for students who want to add an international business dimension to a major in another functional area, either in the College of Business and Economics or in one of the other majors at Western Washington University. The student who completes this minor will have a) a general introduction to the cultural, institutional and regulatory structures necessary to do international business; b) two courses that add more focused international knowledge, and c) a course on the management and strategic issues in doing business internationally. Students from outside the College of Business and Economics will also acquire a basic knowledge of the ‘language’ of business and economics.
Why Consider an International Business Minor?
An International Business Minor prepares a student to work with business relationships across borders in a variety of situations. Graduates should be able to help manage these business relationships that are central to the global environment that will define their careers.
CBE Admissions & Scholarships
Parks Hall 419
Parks Hall 351a
International Business Minor
Professor Tom Roehl
Parks Hall 211
Parks Hall 351
Import/Export Management | Law | Public Policy | International Non-Profit | International Marketing | Management of International | Relationships in Business | Analysis of International | Competitiveness
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
Students not already admitted to the College of Business and Economics must have a 2.50 GPA in all WWU courses and in the following CBE courses: ECON 206, ACCT 240 and (ECON 207, MGMT 311 or MGMT 271).
The application process originates with the College office when the student submits an online application form via the College of Business and Economics website, cbe.wwu.edu/apply-cbe. Applications will be reviewed against admission criteria by College staff with every effort being made to inform the student of their status in a timely manner.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.