The international business major is an interdisciplinary program providing the academic foundation and basic professional skills for entry-level positions in private corporations, financial institutions, and government agencies involved in multinational business operations.

It is strongly recommended that students majoring in international business also major in either marketing, economics, or finance or minor in one or more of these areas.

 


MAJOR REQUIREMENTS



Students majoring in international business must complete the University and the Davis College of Business Core Curriculum requirements. In addition, they must take the following courses:
 

Code Course Credit
BUS/INB 420 Global Business  3
ECON/INB 307 Comparative Economic Development  3
ECON/INB 410 The Economics of Globalization   3
FIN/INB 415 International Finance  3
IS xxx

Any three (3) credit IS course from
the University Core

 3
MKG/INT 341 International Marketing   3
POL 208 International Politics   3
XX xxx

Proficiency in any foreign language at a minimum college level (i.e. 102 college level) or standard tests. (Excludes American Sign Language)

 
                          

 Subtotal:

 21

Electives

 Code Course  Credit
 XX xxx    One (1) business elective course
numbered 300 or above from
outside the Davis College of Business
core and major requirements.
 

Total:

24​