International Business
International Business
Offering Academic Unit
Department of Management
Exclusive Majors
(Students who study the following majors are not allowed to choose this minor)
International Business (Japan Studies) / International Business
Note: The following curriculum information is subject to periodic review and changes.

Aims of Minor

The International Business Minor Program develops in students the sensitivity to cross-cultural environments, familiarizes students how multinational companies operate, and helps students cultivate a global mindset. This minor program deals with the complexities of the intricate web of geopolitics and world economics.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Minor (MINILOs)

Upon successful completion of this minor, students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate key knowledge and skills in the management discipline.
  2. Apply creative and critical thinking in solving business-related problems.
  3. Attain personal and team goals using individual and interpersonal skills.
  4. Demonstrate conceptual understanding of international business.
  5. Formulate strategic solutions for business.

Minor Requirements (15 credit units)Catalogue Term : Semester A 2020/21

1. Core Courses (3 credit units)

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units

2. Required Courses for the Minor (3 credit units)
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units
MGT4227International Business3

3. Electives (9 credit units)

Any 3 courses from the following electives.
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units
CB4303Strategy and Policy3
MGT4305Developing and Presenting a Business Plan3
MGT4310Managing Multinationals3
MGT4311Advanced Strategic Analysis3
MGT4312Launching Business in Asia Pacific3