BSBA in Business Administration with Emphasis in International Business - Economics
Degree Program Description
International Business is a joint degree program offered by the College of Arts and Science and the Trulaske College of Business. The program incorporates foreign language, geographic region and cultural environment courses with core and international business courses. Completion of this degree program requires 144-149 credits depending on emphasis.
Major Program Requirements
To complete this course of study, students must be accepted in both the Bachelor of Arts in International Studies program in the College of Arts and Science and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program in the Trulaske College of Business. Students must also complete all university requirements, including general education, and the degree requirements below.
|Regions and Nations of the World I|
or GEOG 1200
|Regions and Nations of the World II|
or POL_SC 2700
|Comparative Political Systems|
The additional 3 hours can be any general education approved Behavioral Science from the list.
|Civilization course in language studied|
|Literature course in language studied|
|Select one of the following:|
|Fundamentals of Environmental Design|
|Ancient and Medieval Art|
|Renaissance through Modern Art|
|Introduction to World Literatures|
|Introduction to World Literatures, Beginnings to 1603|
|Introduction to World Literatures, 1603 to 1789|
|Introduction to World Literatures, 1789 to 1890|
|Introduction to World Literatures, 1890 to Present|
|Trends in World Cinema|
|The Middle Ages and the Renaissance|
|The Early Modern World: The 17th-19th Centuries Enlightenment|
|The Modern Era|
|The News Media: Journalism and Advertising in a Democratic Society|
|Masterpieces of Western Music|
|Introduction to World Music|
|Think Global: Fundamentals of Globalization and Digital Technologies|
|Philosophy: East and West|
|Philosophies of War and Peace|
|Contemporary Moral Issues|
|Introduction to Religion|
|Religions of the World|
|Religions of China and Japan|
|Perspectives on Sexual and Gender Diversity|
|Biological & Physical Sciences||6-7|
One course must include a lab
All in the same language
To be selected with the A&S advisor. Coursework typically includes classes in Culture, Geography, Government, or History related to language studied.
|Upper Level Admission Courses||34|
|Required Business Core Courses||26|
|Money, Banking and Financial Markets|
|Principles of Management|
|Introduction to Business Processes and Technologies|
|Introduction to Business Law|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Introduction to Probability and Statistics II|
|Professional Development in Business|
|Professional Development Program - Internship|
|College of Business WI Course||3|
to be selected with Business advisor, depending on emphasis area.
|Capstone Course - senior year (on campus) Minimum grade of C- required|
|MANGMT 4970||Strategic Management||3|
Below is a sample plan of study, semester by semester. A student's actual plan may vary based on course choices where options are available.
|BUS_AD 1500||2||ECONOM 1015||3|
|MATH 1100||3||ENGLSH 1000||3|
|State Requirement||3||MATH 1400||3|
|ECONOM 1014||3||Foreign Language||5|
|ACCTCY 2036||3||ACCTCY 2037||3|
|BUS_AD 2500||2||ACCTCY 2258||3|
|MATH 1300||3||STAT 2500||3|
|Foreign Language||3||Physical Science||4|
|Foreign Literature||3||Foreign Language||3|
|MRKTNG 3000||3||FINANC 3000||3|
|MANGMT 3540||3||POL_SC 1400 or 2700||3|
|GEOG 1100 or 1200||3||ECONOM 3229||3|
|Foreign Language||3||MANGMT 3000||3|
|Foreign Civilization||3||BUS_AD 3500||3|
|ANTHRO 2030||3||MANGMT 3300||3|
|Business Writing Intensive||3||Business Area||3|
|BUS_AD 4500||3||Business Area||3|
|Humanity- Global Core||3||A&S Area Support||3|
|Biological Science||3||A&S Area Support||3|
|A&S Area Support||3|
|Total Credits: 147|
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