Students must complete at least four courses (12.0 credit hours), including at least one course (3.0 credit hours) at the 3000/4000 level.Students may not double count courses required for the minor in fulfilling requirements for their major or second minor. The four courses comprising the minor must be distinct from any such major or second minor requirements.For students who complete the required courses, the minor will be acknowledged on the official transcript.Minors are available in the Bachelor of Management degree, Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management degree, Professional Diploma in Accounting, Management Certificate and second degrees in Management.
See also the International Management Minor Program Planning Guide.Why Complete an International Management Minor?
How can you experience other cultures while advancing your education? Learn about international issues first-hand? Take advantage of the minor in international management and become a true global learner. By choosing the International Management minor and going on a semester exchange, you will broaden your horizons, expand your global network, and gain a competitive advantage. You may have a hard time deciding which destination to choose as we have 29 exchange locations in 22 different countries. Our exchange programs are open to all UofL students regardless of campus, major, or second language ability as many of our partner schools offer courses in English. So choose the international management minor and go global.Courses Required in the International Management Minor
Participation in an international exchange semester is required. Students complete one required course at the UofL and then complete the equivalent of three courses while on exchange at a partner school. Students have the option to take two summer exchanges in two different countries, or one summer exchange and Management 4640 - Cross-Cultural Work Study if they cannot participate in a full-semester exchange. Where possible, courses completed while on exchange will have international content; where international content is not possible, courses should reflect the unique cultural aspects of the host country or region.