Consists of a total of 15 hours. Candidates for the minor will be required to take:

INS 260Seminar in Global Trade and Commerce Studies (preferably during senior year)3
Select 12 additional hours in GTCS *12

No more than 6 of the 15 hours for the minor may be taken in a single discipline or within the School of Business. 

The following list contains courses within Wake Forest University that qualify as a GTCS course. Courses taken during the study abroad experience which may qualify as a GTCS course also will be reviewed and approved by the coordinator of the minor.

Elective Courses for Global Trade and Commerce Studies

Additional elective courses may have been approved since publication of this bulletin. The program coordinator maintains a complete list of all approved elective courses. For course descriptions, see the relevant department’s listings in this publication.

ANT 301Free Trade, Fair Trade: Independent Entrepreneurs in the Global Market3
ANT 337Economic Anthropology3
BEM 312Human Resource Management (Salamanca only)3
BEM 315Seminar in Comparative Management3
BEM 322Global Marketing Strategy3
BEM 375Contemporary Issues in Business and Foundatoins of Capitalism3
BEM 391Global Business Studies (abroad credit only)3
CHI 255Business Chinese3
COM 350Intercultural Communication3
COM 351AComparative Communication: Japan1.5,3
or COM 351B Comparative Communication: Russia
or COM 351C Comparative Communication: Great Britain
or COM 351D Comparative Communications: Multiple Countries
or COM 351E Comparative Communication: China
COM 354International Communication3
ECN 223Financial Markets (Cambridge only)3
ECN 251International Trade3
ECN 252International Finance3
ECN 258Economic Growth and Development3
ECN 271Selected Areas in Economics (Salamanca, Cambridge, or pre-approved only)3
ECN 272Selected Areas in Economics (Cambridge, or pre-approved only)3
ENT 322Religion, Poverty, and Social Entrepreneurship3
ENT 325Free Trade, Fair Trade: Independent Entrepreneurs in the Global Market3
FIN 234International Finance3
FRH 329Introduction to Business French3
FRH 330French for Management3
GER 329Business German I3
GER 330Business German II3
HST 105Africa in World History3
HST 108Americas and the World3
HST 109Asia and the World3
HST 224Great Britain since 17503
HST 231Russia and Soviet Union: 1865 to Present3
HST 243Middle East since 15003
HST 245Modern China since 18503
HST 247Japan since 16003
HST 249Intro to East Asia3
HST 251Modern South Asia3
HST 257The U.S and the World since 19143
HST 275Modern Latin America3
HST 31020th Century Eastern Europe3
HST 347The Rise of Asian Economic Power since WWII3
HST 350World Economic History: Globalization, Wealth and Poverty, 1500-Present3
INS 229Internship in International Studies1-3
POL 232Politics in Russia and Eastern Europe3
POL 235European Integration3
POL 238Comparative Economic Development and Political Change3
POL 239State, Economy, and International Competitiveness3
POL 242Topics in Comparative Politics3
POL 253International Political Economy3
POL 256International Security3
POL 257Politics of International Development3
POL 260United States and East Asia3
POL 262International Organizations3
PSY 357Cross-Cultural Psychology3
REL 344Religion, Poverty, and Social Entrepreneurship3
SOC 363Global Capitalism3
SOC 365Technology, Culture, and Change3
SPA 195Spanish Language and Culture for Global Trade and Commerce1-3
SPA 325Spanish for Business I3
SPA 326International Business: Spain/Latin America3
SPA 327Spanish for Business II3
SPA 380Spanish for the Professions3
SPA 387Cultural Industries and Institutions in Spain and Spanish America3
SPA 388Global Negotiation and Conflict-Management Skills in a Spanish-Speaking Setting3
SPA 390International Business: Spain and Latin America3
SPA 391Internship in Spanish for Business and the Professions1.5-3