The international business concentration is designed for students who want to prepare themselves to meet the challenges of a global economy. The courses in the concentration focus on the principles and practices of domestic businesses that cross national boundaries. The objective of the concentration is to give students exposure to major areas of economics, finance, human resource management, marketing, and operations management in an international context, thereby providing the student with a broad foundation that is applicable to large and small organizations serving domestic and global markets.
- This concentration may only be taken with another major or concentration.
- If offered, students must complete the international course for the functional area of their primary concentration.
- The primary concentration course (e.g., MKTG 417) can be used to fulfill the requirement for either, but not both, the primary concentration or the international business concentration.
- Students with a concentration in International Business may not double-count any of the above courses to satisfy the international component (three credits) of the IIE requirement of the Business Administration major. Students in this concentration may count one three credit foreign language course to satisfy this IIE requirement (a course in a student's native language is not counted as an international course elective.)
Ken Anderson, Associate Dean
1-800-986-9585 ext. 3418
Jinny Piskel, Director of the Graduate School of Business
1-800-986-9585 ext. 3414
1-800-986-9585 ext. 5503
1-800-986-9585 ext. 5991