The international business concentration is designed for students who want to prepare themselves to meet the challenges associated with globalization. This concentration must be taken in tandem with another major (accounting) or concentration. Students must complete the international course for the functional area of their primary concentration, if offered. This international course can be used to fulfill either a requirement in the primary concentration or the international business concentration. It cannot be double-counted.
International Business Concentration: 12 creditsFour courses selected from the following:
|ECON 311 Global Economic Issues
(or ECON 411 for economics concentration)
|BFIN 327 International Finance||3 credits|
|MGMT 355 International Management||3 credits|
|MKTG 417 International Marketing||3 credits|
|OPER 440 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management||3 credits|
Course descriptions are found under the respective disciplines.
Students with a concentration in international business may not double-count any of the above courses to satisfy the broadening, international, experiential elective in the business administration major. Students in this concentration may count one three credit foreign language course taken at the 300-level (upper division) or above at a university to satisfy the international three- credit requirement in the BIE group. A course in a student’s native language does not fulfill this requirement.