Students develop data plan that places third in regional competition
Minor in International Business Economics at The College of Wooster
This unique program started in the 1980s gives students who major in a non-English language a chance to build skills in business and economics to prepare for a career in an international setting. To navigate and operate in complex international and global business institutions, student must understand multiple cultures, their particular histories, languages, linguistics, and rhetoric as well as basic business principles.
Students must elect a non-anglophone language/cultural major to complete this minor. They must complete all courses required for the major in their language or cultural area studies area of choice while taking on the coursework for the minor in international business economics. Students are encouraged to connect language or culture to a business-related issue in their senior independent study thesis.
Adjunct Instructor of Economics & Business Economics
Building close working relationships helped Desi Wiese ’05 find success at several companies, including Netflix and 23andMe
Major: Business Economics Class Year: 2022 Faculty Mentor: David McConnell Wilson Award Interning at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Islamabad, […]
Mahi Lal ’22 sees her education at Wooster as the first step in changing the narrative of developing nations
To obtain the minor, students should take the following courses that build competence in economic and business fundamentals:
- Economics 101, Economics 110, and Business Economics 119
- One course from Economics 251, 254, and 350.
- Two courses from Business Economics 227, 230, 250, 325, 355, 365, and 370.
All students at The College of Wooster complete at least two semesters of independent study under the guidance of a faculty mentor, culminating in a thesis delivered in the spring of their senior year.
Scanning and Spending: Examining the Impact ofMobile Payment Penetration on the Saving Ratein Contemporary China
Student: Yuxuan (Katie) Ke Majors: Business Economics, East Asian Studies Advisors: Melanie Long, James Bonk China’s national saving rate has been among the highest […]