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International Business Major

The International Business major prepares students to conduct business in an increasingly globalized environment. Students will learn how to apply concepts from functional areas, such as marketing and finance, within the global business setting and how international business practice differs from domestic business. Students will also learn how the language, culture and political economy influence business in different countries and regions.

Program of Study

Overall Major Requirement – 33 senior-level courses from this list. Students must also choose a regional specialization that includes a language other than English

Course ID Course Name Credits
Major Requirements
INTB 300Introduction to International Business3
INTB 311Diversity and Intercultural Communication3
INTB 412Managing in an International Environment3
MARK 403International Marketing3
FNCE 404International Finance3
Select 3 credits from the following:3
Doing Business Internationally - Study Tour
Global Business and Sustainability
International Entrepreneurship
Special Topics in International Business
Independent Studies in International Business
International Business Transactions
Consumer Behaviour
Business Logistics Management
Global Sourcing and Logistics
Regional Specialization
Select one 15-credit regional specialization from below:15
Asia
Any senior-level HIST course
Asia Pacific Political Systems
Conducting Business in Asia
Language: Chinese or Japanese (6 credits)
Europe
Any senior-level HIST course
Introduction to Global Politics I
Business in Regional World Markets
Language: French, German, or Spanish (6 credits)
Latin America
Any senior-level HIST course
Introduction to Global Politics I
Business in Regional World Markets
Language: Spanish (6 credits)
Elective Requirement
Business Electives6
Non-Business Electives15
Open Electives9
Total Credits63