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2011-2012 General Catalog 
    
2011-2012 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

International Business Minor


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Jon M. Huntsman School of Business

Department of Management

Requirements for Minors


Any deviation from the program as outlined must be submitted in writing, with justification for the changes, to the department head for approval. A minimum 2.50 GPA in the minor courses is required. Students having majors within the Huntsman School of Business may be eligible to earn a minor in Marketing, Operations Management, International Business, Management, or Human Resource Management. Students would be expected to satisfy all course prerequisites as well, with a GPA of at least 2.50.

Students must also complete one of sections A, B, C, or D below:


A. Electives (6 credits)


Students who choose this option must complete 6 credits from one of the following supporting areas:

B. Second Language Competence


Students selecting this option must demonstrate competence in a second language by one of the following five methods:

  1. A minor or major in a second language
  2. Completion of 16 semester credits of a second language, earned at an accredited institution
  3. Passing a language challenge competency exam and successful completion of the next higher class
  4. Successful completion of the BYU Language Test (minimum of 16 credits)
  5. Completion of 16 credits from the Intensive English Language Institute or a TOEFL score of at least 173 computerized, 500 paper/pencil, or 61 on the iBT

C. International Work Experience or Internship


For this option, work experience or an internship must either be completed overseas or must provide substantial and approved international experience. This work experience or internship must be at least nine weeks in duration.

D. Study Overseas


Students selecting this option must either spend a minimum of one semester studying at an approved overseas institution of higher education or must participate in an approved overseas study tour.

Note:


1 In the event a course required for a supporting area is not offered or available, an approved alternative class may be substituted.

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