A minor in Global Business provides the students with skills and knowledge appropriate for global business activities. Emphasis is placed on global awareness, cross-cultural literacy, and core business skills in both aviation/aerospace and non-aviation industries. Students usually select minors that complement their degree program or other minors they are pursuing. The Global Business minor is a great complement for students pursuing degrees in Global Security and Intelligence Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Aeronautics, Aeronautical Science, Engineering, etc.
Students may earn a minor in Global Business by successfully completing the following:
|BA 201||Principles of Management||3|
|or EC 200||An Economic Survey|
|or EC 211||Macroeconomics|
|or EC 225||Engineering Economics|
|BA 335||International Business||3|
|BA 210||Financial Accounting||3|
|or BA 311||Marketing|
|BA 340||International Accounting||3|
|BA 341||Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management||3|
|BA 342||International Finance||3|
|BA 441||Global Entrepreneurship and Trade||3|
|BA 442||Global Marketing Management||3|
|Study Abroad (BA/EC) as approved by Department||3|
There are prerequisites for some of the specified electives.
Notes: Not open to students pursuing a degree in Global Business.
At least 9 credit hours must be taken at ERAU Prescott. At least 6 credits hours must fall outside (cannot be shared with) the student’s primary degree program and selected concentration.
BA/EC courses cannot be shared between business-related minors.