International Business (for Business Majors)
You should minor in international business if:
- You love to travel and discover new things.
- You are interested in business practices and cultures in other countries.
- You want a career outside of the United States or with a multinational company.
With an international business minor, you will learn the basics of business with an international focus.Study tourism, finance, management, or marketing in an international setting. Earn up to half of your course credits in another country with our study abroad program.
A minor in international business is the perfect companion to any business major who wants to explore career opportunities in the global marketplace.
International Business at UL Lafayette
What's International Business (for Business Majors) Like?
Group work & collaboration
We are among the top 1% of business schools worldwide accredited in both business and accounting by AACSB.
Life in the International Business Minor
Learn in Other Countries
Half of your credits for the international business minor can come from study abroad experiences. Travel to Costa Rica, England, France, Italy, or any combination of these countries to get hands-on international business experience.
Business majors earn credits toward their degree through the Moody College of Business Administration Internship Program. Connect with companies and firms to get on-the-job experience in your field before you graduate.More about Internships
Business Secrets LLC
The Business Secrets Living-Learning Community (LLC) connects you with other first-year students who share your interest in business. LLC members live in the same residence hall on campus, take classes together, and participate in events and programs focused on starting and managing a business.More about LLCs
Organizations & Service
Make your mark on the University and develop essential skills for your career. Get leadership training and refine specialized skills while giving back to the community and campus.Learn more about student organizations