MinorInternational Business

The International Business minor gives students an understanding of how to conduct business in a foreign country, including basic business skills and understanding the customs, opportunities, and challenges of working across cultures.

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International Business Curriculum Overview

The International Business minor is a 20-22 credit program that will give students insights on basic business skills, opportunities, and challenges of working across cultures while conducting business in a foreign country.

Additional Requirements:

  • One trip abroad, either short term academic program, service learning abroad, or semester abroad (vacation travel does not count)
  • Language requirement can be satisfied through CLEP exams
  • Courses taken during a semester abroad may be substituted for required courses with prior approval from the department chair

Meet Your Professors

Renata Mayrhofer Instructor of Business Management, Chair Business Administration and Management Program
Phillip Hampton Term Faculty of Finance

Prior to his career in academics Hampton served a number of years in the finance sector, with positions at Metris Companies, U.S. Bancorp, Federal Reserve Bank and Piper Jaffray.

Dr. Nancy Harrower Associate Professor of Marketing and Management

Dr. Nancy Harrower brings a practical approach to teaching marketing principles.

Rev. Dr. Michael Dorner Vice President for Finance, Assistant Professor of Accounting

Michael Dorner has served as Concordia University, St. Paul’s Vice President of Finance since 2004.

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