• Business Administration - International Business Concentration


    International Business is designed to complement the business degree in the liberal studies of Hamline University by providing students with a focus on understanding specific aspects of international business. Students in International Business select a foreign language and several specific international courses that would complement their business degree. Students are also encouraged to explore internship and study abroad opportunities.

     

    Core Business Major Requirements

    One statistics course chosen from the following:

    One communication course chosen from the following:

    One writing course chosen from the following:

    International Business Concentration - 5 Courses

    One course chosen from the following:

    Two additional courses chosen from the following:

    • MGMT 3980 - Special Topics
    • Foreign language courses
    • Business courses taken through study abroad (must be 3000- or 5000-level equivalent)
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  • Gaining International Experience

    Ask a Student

    Read how each of these School of Business students enjoyed their trips overseas and ask any questions you have about their study abroad experience.

  • Holt Fellowship

    Holt Endowed Fellowship

    The Holt Endowed Fellowship provides financial support to make meaningful learning experiences possible for Hamline School of Business undergraduate students.

  • Impressive Internships

    Impressive Internships

    Amanda Enstad, a double major in international business and Spanish, was an events planning intern at Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES).