MAJOR IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 62 required hours including 44 hours in

Major in international business 62 required hours

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MAJOR IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 62 required hours including 44 hours in required core, 18 hours in International Business major required and elective courses. The 44 hours of required core and non-business courses include the following: BUS 100; ACC 131, 132, 270; FIL 185, 240; MKT 230; MQM 100, 220, 227, 385; ECO 105; ENG 145.13; MAT 121 or 145. 18 hours of International Business coursework from one of two tracks. Track one: —Required courses (15 hours): FIL 312; INB 190; MKT 350; MQM 349, 350. —Elective hours (3 hours): Select one of the following courses: ACC 340; ECO 245; FIL 344; INB 245, 398. Track two: —Required courses (15 hours): ACC 340; FIL 312, 344; INB 190; MQM 349. —Elective hours (3 hours): Select one of the following courses: ECO 245; MKT 350; MQM 350; INB 245, 398. Business Functional Area Requirement (9 hours): All students must take a 9 hour concentration in a func- tional area of business: Accounting, Business Infor- mation Systems, Finance, Insurance, Management, and Marketing. Foreign Language requirement (6-8 hours): All Students must take two language courses at least through the 116-level, regardless of proficiency (proficiency credit may not be used towards the major). Area Studies requirement: two courses (6 hours) from Foreign Languages, Geography, History, Interdiscipli- nary Studies, or Politics and Government. Consult with the advisor for a list of approved courses. The area stud- ies courses must support the foreign language. MINOR IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS A minor in International Business is only available to students who major in the College of Business. 22 hours required. 12 hours to be chosen from ACC 340; FIL 312, 344; INB 190, 245; MKT 350; MQM 349, 350. 4 hours required in Foreign Language at least through the 115-level. 6 hours of area studies electives from Geography, History, Politics and Government, or Interdisciplinary Studies. Consult with advisor for specific courses. BUSINESS STUDY ABROAD The College of Business has partner institutions in England, France, Germany, Japan, and Mexico. Additional partnerships are under development. The College sponsors both summer study abroad programs and semester pro- grams. In addition, the University sponsors summer and semester programs to a variety of countries. Students should plan for an international program early in their stud- ies and consult with the International Business advisor for the transfer of credits earned abroad. The summer studies abroad programs are conducted in English or the language of the respective country at the part- ner universities. Check with the advisor for details. For these programs, students earn 6 credits for 2 courses (IDS 133, Interdisciplinary Study Abroad and INB 245, Business Stud- ies Abroad). The semester programs offer courses in English and the language of the country. The student should see the advisor for the articulation of specific courses.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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