International Business Core
16 credits, including 8 credits at 400 level. Not all courses are offered every term.
- BA 101: Intro to Business
- BA 199/252: Global Perspectives in Business
- MGMT 420: Managing In a Global Economy (prerequisites: MGMT 311/321 or BA 316)
- MKTG 470: International Marketing (prerequisites MKTG 311 or BA 317)
Area Study/Global Systems/Cross Cultural Competencies
20 credits. Requires at least 4 credits at 400 level.
Area study requirements consist of 20 credits of coursework that relate to an international theme with at least 4 credits at the 400 level. This must be approved by an advisor in the Lundquist College of Business. Area studies coursework must include at least two department prefixes. Usually this theme will be geographically-based, focusing on a region such as Latin America, North Africa, or Europe. Other themes that are not geographic may be submitted for approval; for example global systems, cross cultural competencies, and macro level international forces (such as globalization). Four credits of second year second language can be used toward this requirement. Literature or cultural studies courses taught in a second language may be applied to the area studies. Only 4 credits of business course work can be used in this category and must be pre-approved (see recommendations below).
In this category it is highly recommended that you take one of these pre-approved business courses:
- BA 361: Cross-Cultural Business Communication
- BA 365: Cross-Cultural Negotiation
- MGMT 417: Negotiation Strategies (only open to business or accounting majors)
- FIN 463: International Finance (only open to business or accounting majors)
Second Language or Pre-Approved Study Abroad/International Internship Program
Second language requirements are two years of university-level foreign language study that complements your area study theme. University equivalency rules apply in this situation. Studying or interning abroad can be done in lieu of second year language, but the program must be pre-approved by an advisor in the Lundquist College of Business.