Global Business with German The Global Business with German degree is an interdisciplinary hybrid combining the International Business major of Hamline School of Business (HSB) and a business-oriented German minor of the College of Liberal Arts (CLA). This concentration is designed to address a need in the marketplace for an understanding degree that combines the traditional values of a Liberal Arts education with the needs of the international business student. Hamline University’s international business curriculum covers the fundamentals of the business administration, with an emphasis on international business. Foreign language courses, a study abroad experience in Germany and an internship stress the use of language. Global Business with German is designed for business students to achieve near fluency while getting some concrete experience in German business. Concentration Requirements ACCT 1310 - Financial Accounting ACCT 1320 - Managerial Accounting ECON 1310 - Microeconomic Analysis ECON 1320 - Macroeconomic Analysis ECON 1340 - Quantitative Analysis and Data Management FIN 3100 - Foundations of Finance MGMT 3100 - Foundations of Management MGMT 3130 - Business Law MGMT 5860 - Strategic Management MKTG 3100 - Foundations of Marketing One statistics course chosen from the following: ECON 1330 - Statistics MATH 1200 - Statistics and Data Analysis PSY 1340 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Two International Business specific courses from the following: ECON 3720 - International Economic Development ECON 3730 - International Trade and Finance MGMT 3720 - International Business Environment MKTG 3710 - International Marketing Special Topics in International Business Five German CoursesStudents are required to take five German courses beyond GERM 3220 - Intermediate German II. GERM 3230 - Intermediate German Conversation GERM 5500 - Issues in Translation GERM 5560 - Highlights of German Literature GERM 5600 - Student/Faculty Collaborative Research GERM 5680 - German Culture and Civilization GERM 5700 - Topics in German Literature GERM 5800 - Gender Studies: German GERM 5900 - Advanced German Conversation and Composition GERM 5910 - Professional German Internship Students are required to complete an international internship. MGMT 3960: Internship with Seminar is offered twice per year in the School of Business, and INTD 3990: Internship is offered by the Career Development Center in the summer. The internship must be in Germany in a German company or a U.S. company with operations in Germany.