International Trade and Marketing

students looking at a woven item The objective of the ITM minor is to explore and expand your knowledge of the international trade and marketing field.

You will develop a greater understanding of how the fashion and creative industries have developed international trade patterns and how the internet is rapidly changing this field with focus on professional opportunities, project management, intercultural skills, and technical trends involving goods and services in the channels of trade, logistics, and online research.

You will learn about and examine the major trends revolutionizing global marketing, the evolution of international companies into global firms, and the expanding role of e-commerce.

Minor Coordinator:Christine Pomeranz (or designated ITM faculty members), Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B429

Requirements

IN 312 International Trade (3 credits)
IN 322 Global Marketing (3 credits)

Complete three of the following elective courses.

Course Credits
IN 313 International Business Transactions 3
IN 320 COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE (PREREQUISITE: IN 312) 3
IN 323 IMPORT/EXPORT REGULATIONS (PREREQUISITE: IN 312) 3
IN 324 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING RESEARCH (PREREQUISITE: IN 322) 3
IN 341 INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS 3
IN 342 INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY   3
IN 423 GLOBAL MARKETING OF LUXURY BRANDS (PREREQUISITE: IN 322 OR INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL) 3
IN 424 EXPORT PROMOTION MARKETING (PREREQUISITE: IN 322) 3
IN 433 GLOBAL SOURCING (PREREQUISITE: IN 323) 3
IN 434 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT 3
IN 441 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW 3
IN 442 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (PREREQUISITE: MA 222 OR MA 331) 3
IN 443 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRATEGIES AND FASHION LAW 3

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.