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International Business

What You'll Study

You'll explore courses in international economics, finance, marketing, global supply chain management and more. Additionally, you'll develop the skills for managing and coordinating resources across national borders and diverse cultures. 

Practical Experience

As a student, you'll simulate real-world experiences through case studies and projects. You will also study a second language and engage in a cultural experience abroad, giving your portfolio a competitive advantage in the marketplace. 

What's Next?

70% of global economic growth will come from emerging markets. When you major in international business you will be prepared to pursue careers in global supply chain management, international finance, marketing, management, among others. Find out more about our International Center to plan your experience abroad and the Career Development Center to explore international internship opportunities. 

INTERNATIONAL CENTER  |  CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER  

Students studying in a foreign country

Major Requirements

Required Courses
45 Credit Hours
MAT
135
College Algebra
or MAT
161
Pre-calculus
or MAT
201
Calculus I
MAT
223
Statistics
BUS
101
Introduction to Business Administration
BUS or CIS
200
Introduction to Information Systems
BUS
230
Quantitative Methods in Business
CIS
206
Data Management for Business
ECO
211
Principles of Microeconomics
ECO
212
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO
321
Money & Banking
ACC
211
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC
212
Principles of Managerial Accounting
BUS
301
Principles of Financial Management
or FIN
301
Financial Management I
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
MRK
310
Principles of Marketing
BUS
307
Principles of Management
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International Components
21 Credit Hours
BUS
330
Intercultural Communication in Business
ECO
331
International Economics
BUS
430
International Business
ECO
435
Transport Economics and Global Supply Chain Management
FIN
450
International Finance
MRK
450
International Marketing
BUS
470
Strategic Management
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Foreign Language Requirements
Proficiency at the 202 course level is required
Courses
101 - 202
Foreign Language
One
Internship or Study Abroad Experience
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Academic Planning

If you have questions about your 4-year plan, please reach out to the Office of Academic Advising:

Contact Advising

Minors to Consider

Economics

Finance

Law

Marketing

Spanish