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International Business Minor

Earn an International Business Minor at Azusa Pacific University

We'll guide you through a collaborative approach through the intricacies of international business, understand diverse cultures, navigate legal complexities, and develop leadership skills. We’ll prepare you for challenges like sustainability, climate change, and equity. With your faith and competence, you’ll be equipped to make a difference in today’s global business environment.

Program at a Glance

The School of Business and Management cultivates students' skills, faith, and character to become business leaders who inspire change.

Upcoming Events

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  • March 8, 2024

Program Information

  • Program Units: 24


  • Azusa (Main Campus)
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Gain Hands-on Experience

  • You’ll learn directly from faculty-mentors with professional experience
  • Explore how your faith can inform your business practice
  • Develop the competence needed to make a difference in a global business environment

By the Numbers

1 of 126 Best Western Colleges according to Princeton Review's 2023 Best Colleges Guide
10 :1 Student-to-faculty ratio
100 % of incoming students receive financial aid

Program Details

The international business minor prepares students for careers in global business and international commerce. The program incorporates a global collaborative approach to the study of business, international management, strategic positioning, international trade, macroeconomics, and politics as it prepares students to work in a dynamic and interdependent global business environment.

Students explore various ethical, cultural, legal, and other differences that exist in international business and consider their individual and leadership responsibilities and actions. International business majors think through the various urgent challenges that face business environments today, including sustainability, climate change, energy and technological shifts, political shifts, and all forms of equity.

Students also acquire practical skills and experience through study-away opportunities, internships, and the opportunity to work with university students around the world in global colloquium case-study projects.

Browse the tabs below—if you have questions, visit the Student Services Center page, and we’ll make sure you get the info you need.

To view specific requirements and coursework information, visit the current academic catalog:

  • WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).  
  • International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE)

Career Outlooks and Outcomes

Note: This information is current for the 2023-24 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.