B.S. Business Administration - International Business
Students in the International Business concentration study the international dimensions of managerial decision-making including world economies, international trade theories, tariffs, quotas and other trade issues, global strategic planning, cross-cultural management, international market entry, international human resource management, international organization strategy, international logistics, import/export operations, currency exchange, international financial management. Current developments in global economics, finance, marketing and exporting-importing are emphasized.
As part of a capstone experience, students participate in a computerized simulation which provides experiential learning incorporating all areas of international business and business administration studies. Further, experience with hands-on micro-lending prepares students beyond the traditional classroom education.
In addition to the program objectives of the B.S. Business Administration degree, this concentration requires students to utilize cross cultural literacy in the analysis of foreign political, economic, and legal systems.
|Concentration in International Business|
|BA 111||Economic Geography Replaces Open Elective||3|
|BA 243||The Business of Innovation Replaces Open Elective||3|
|BA 271||Risk Management Replaces Open Elective||3|
|BA 434||International Finance Replaces Business-Related Elective||3|
|BA 437||International Marketing Replaces Business-Related Elective||3|
|BA 438||Export-Import Procedures Replaces Business-Related Elective||3|
|BA 475||E-Business and E-Commerce for Managers Replaces Open Elective||3|
|or MC 322||Social Media Marketing|
|SY 222||Cultural Anthropology Fulfills Global Elective||3|