There is a fundamental shift occurring in the world economy in which there is a movement toward an elimination of barriers to cross-border business, trade, and investment. Advances in technology and telecommunications have increased this interdependence by shrinking distance and allowing for an interdependent world economy, known as globalization. The International Business program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and understanding to succeed in this changing world economy.
In addition to meeting the course requirements for this major (120 credits), all students must also fulfill the General Education requirements for the Undergraduate College.
|Required Courses||Course Number||Credits|
|Legal Environment of Business||BUS-0100||3|
|Statistics I & Problem Section||BUS-0220||3|
|Statistics II & Problem Section||BUS-0221||3|
|Management Information Systems||BUS-0240||3|
|Organizational Theory of Management||BUS-0300||3|
|Introduction to International Business||BUS-0480||3|
|3 Courses in the areas of International Finance, International Trade & Marketing, International Economics, International Law or International Relations||9|
|Internship or Study Abroad Program||BUS-0455||Varies|
|Financial Accounting I||ACC-0100||3 + 1|
|Financial Accounting II||ACC-0101||3|
|Required Supporting Courses||Course Number||Credits|
|Introduction to Macro-Economics||ECO-0100||3|
|Macro-economics Problems & Applications||ECO-L100||1|
|Introduction to Micro-economics||ECO-0101||3|
|Micro-economics Problems & Applications||ECO-L101||1|
The remaining hours are electives and can consist of business or accounting classes, but should not be limited to only these areas.
Col. Timothy Ringgold