GEB3375 - Introduction to International Business (3)
Select 12 to 15 hours of Study Abroad
Earn at least 12 credits from the following types of courses: GEB 3955 - Study Abroad or GEB 4955 - Study Abroad
3 Total Credits
Complete all of the following
Another restricted elective may be approved at the discretion of the Associate Director of Study Abroad in the College of Business Administration
Select one of the courses below only if less than 15 hours of Study Abroad completed:
Complete at least 1 of the following:
GEB4374 - International Negotiations and Transactions (3)
MAN4600 - International Management (3)
MAN4441 - Conflict Resolution and Negotiation (3)
MAR4156 - International Marketing (3)
GEO3471 - World Political Geography (3)
LAS3002 - Topics in Latin American Studies (3)
JST3821 - Israel: Start-Up Nation (3)
GEA4405 - Geography of Latin America (3)
Grand Total Credits: 18
Foreign Language Requirements
Total Undergraduate Credit Hours Required: 18
A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required in all courses used to satisfy the minor.
Lower division courses taken at Florida College System institutions do not substitute for upper division courses.
Courses taken as part of a UCF College of Business exchange program, will be reviewed for appropriateness by the College of Business Study Abroad Director. Additional information may be required by the Study Abroad Director to determine the appropriateness of the course taken.
Courses transferred into the College of Business from a foreign institution, that are not part of a College of Business exchange program, must be formally evaluated for equivalency credit. The student must provide a course syllabus and any other supporting information with his/her petition for this evaluation.
At least nine hours used in the minor must be coursework registered through UCF College of Business Study Abroad.
No credit by exam (TSD, Military credit) may be used.
Internship, Independent Study, or Directed Research credit cannot be used toward the minor.
A maximum of six hours of the above listed required or elective courses can count toward another major or minor degree program.
The College of Business does not permit any course used towards the minor or those used to meet admission requirements for the minor to be taken on an elective S/U grading basis.