2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Major in International Business (BA)

81 credits

International business majors are required to demonstrate proficiency in one foreign language normally through the 202 level. Student may be able to earn language credit through equivalency in consultation with the Department of Modern Languages and Classics.

Miller College of Business core, 45 credits

ACC 201Principles of Accounting 1

3

ACC 202Principles of Accounting 2

3

BL 260Principles of Business Law

3

ECON 201Elementary Microeconomics

3

ECON 202Elementary Macroeconomics

3

ECON 221Business Statistics

3

FIN 300Principles of Finance

3

ISOM 125Introduction to Business with Integrated Computer Applications

3

ISOM 210Business Information Systems

3

ISOM 249Foundations of Business Communication

3

ISOM 351Operations Management

3

MATH 132Brief Calculus

3

MGT 300Managing Behavior in Organizations

3

MGT 491Business Policy and Strategic Management

3

MKG 300Principles of Marketing

3

Total Credit Hours:45

International Business core, 21 credits

ECON 351International Economics

3

FIN 352Global Finance

3

INTB 265Introduction to International Business

3

INTB 490Seminar in International Business Decisions

3

MGT 301International Management

3

MKG 470International Marketing

3

 

INTB 369Internship in International Business

1 TO 6

or

INTB 300Foreign Field Study in Business

0 TO 15

or

Approved elective

3

Total Credit Hours:21

Functional area requirement

9 credits of 300-400-level approved business electives in one department

Total Credit Hours:9

International Studies/Culture requirement

6 credits of approved international studies/culture outside the Miller College of Business.

Total Credit Hours:6

Total Credit Hours: 81

To pursue this program, students must have sufficient mathematical preparation to meet the prerequisite for ECON 221. The prerequisite for ECON 221 is a C or better grade in MATH 111 or a passing grade (D- or better) in MATH 132, MATH 161, MATH 162, MATH 165, or MATH 166 and a C or higher grade in ISOM 125. MATH 132 simultaneously substitutes for the University Core Curriculum math requirement.

Students should consult the international business program administrator to receive lists of approved functional and international studies/culture courses.