The minor in Emerging Markets provides a specific academic path for students from any college within the university to gain an understanding of emerging markets, the role they play in fostering growth in the global economy, and their potential to supplant developed markets to apply what they have learned in the classroom to practical field research projects in an emerging market. The goals of the program are to give a deeper understanding of the business, political, and social/cultural issues found in emerging markets, an understanding of how businesses in the US do business, how emerging markets compete with developed countries and markets, and real-world exposure to working with and in emerging markets.
The minor in Emerging Markets is a five course (20 semester hour) undergraduate interdisciplinary minor in which the D'Amore-McKim School of Business partners with departments in the various colleges at Northeastern. Students take three courses at Northeastern, including one from the D'Amore-McKim School of Business and two electives from other colleges in the university (see the list of possible electives students may take from other colleges below). Students also participate in an eight-credit summer field research program focused on issues in emerging markets. This summer program consists of 4 credits of in-class work and 4 credits of field research.
INTB2501: Emerging Markets 8-credit Field Program in Brazil: currently INTB3316: Economic, Social and Political Dimensions of Doing Business in Brazil and INTB3318: Field Research in Emerging Markets
CLTR1500: Backgrounds of Chinese Culture CLTR1506: Introduction to Chinese Popular Culture HIST2243: American Images of China HIST2313: Gender and Revolution in Russia and China HIST2350: Modern China HIST2397: Africa in the Twentieth Century LPSC2302: Global Human Rights: A Social and Economic Perspective POLS3405: International Political Economy POLS3407: International Organizations POLS3487: Politics of Developing Nations RELS2394: Chinese Buddhism RELS3398: Religion and Culture in Indian Cinema SOCL2288: The Sociology of Globalization
Students may take one elective course for the minor at an NU-sanctioned study abroad program. The course must be approved by the D'Amore-McKim School of Business prior to departure.
Please note: No more than 12 credits can be taken in any one college.
To declare a minor in emerging markets, please click on the link below and submit the form to 250 Dodge Hall.
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