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Major Areas of Study: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


Course Offerings and Major/Minor Requirements


Major Requirements (42-60 credit hours)

Core (36-53 hours, including at least 3 completed in an advisor-approved study abroad program))

  • Business (12)
    • 318: Managerial Finance
    • 321: Organizational Management
    • 341: Marketing
    • 412: International Business
  • Economics (9)
    • 215: Principle of Microeconomics
    • 216: Principles of Macroeconomics
    • 361: International Economics
  • History (3 hours, choose one from the following)
    • 320: Twentieth Century European History
    • 347: Modern China
    • 348: The Western Impact of Modern Japan or 351: Modern Latin America since 1810
  • Accounting (3)
    • 201: Financial Accounting
  • Political Science (3 hours, choose one from the following)
    • 131: Introduction to World Politics, or
    • 151: Introduction to International Relations
  • Interdisciplinary
    • 491: Senior Seminar in International Business
    • *To be taken after completion of French 240, German 340, Spanish 240: Business French/German/Spanish; Economics 215 and 216; and Business 318, 321, 341 and 412.
  • Language Proficiency (3-19)
    • For students whose native language is English:
      French 240, German 340, or Spanish 240: Business French/German/Spanish
    • For students whose native language is not English:
      English 202: Business and Technical Writing

Electives (6-7 hours from the following, excluding courses used to fill requirements listed above):

  • Accounting 202: Managerial Accounting
  • Anthropology 201: Cultural Anthropology
  • Business 326: Financial Analysis and Investment, or 411: Topics
  • Economics 362: International Finance
  • English 202: Business and Technical Writing
  • Geography 111: World Regional Geography
  • History 320: 20th Century European History
  • History 346: Southeast Asian History
  • History 347: Modern China
  • History 348: The Western Impact on Modern Japan
  • History 353: History of Mexico
  • History 390: Topics: Canadian History
  • Political Science 131: Introduction to World Politics, or 151: Introduction to International Relations, or Political Science 331: Politics of Western Europe
  • World Languages: An additional course in French/German/Spanish, excluding 123
  • Religion 393: Global Issues and Values
  • Sociology 350: Social Change in International Perspective
  • Interdisciplinary 300 (approved by international business faculty advisor)

NOTE: Major/minor requirements are in addition to the Liberal Arts Essentials (LAE), which are required of all students to graduate.

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