BSBA, Major in International Business course requirements: 18 credits1
|ACC 538||International Accounting||3|
|ECO 538||International Economics||3|
|MGT 373||International Management||3|
|MKT 363||Global Marketing||3|
|FIN 558||International Financial Management||3|
|Select one pre-approved International Business course||3|
9 credits of Business Electives are required for International Business majors, unless student has a second major.
The pre-approved International Business course may be taken abroad or in residence, and must be pre-approved by the major advisor. All courses taken abroad must be reviewed and pre-approved before departure. In addition to the six required major classes, international business majors must also take three business electives. A business elective is any upper division business class outside of the major. Business foundation classes are not considered business electives. If a student double majors, courses taken as part of the second major fulfill the business electives requirement.
International Business majors must also: 1) take two language courses from the same region, level 112 and 225 minimum; 2) study abroad for a semester or summer and take at least six credits at the host institution; and 3) at least one of the two courses (minimum) taken abroad must be a business course.
Students who score above the 225 level on the departmental placement exam have three options for fulfilling the language requirement: 1) take two language courses above their proficiency level (as demonstrated by the student's placement score); 2) take two language courses in a new language at any level; or 3) take one language course above their proficiency level and one language course in a new language at any level.