The International Business major leads students to integrate knowledge of international finance, management, marketing, to an understanding of business processes, as conducted in the complex domain of international business. A semester-long study abroad or an internship with a foreign company is strongly recommended but not required. International Business students can pursue careers in a number of areas such as: domestic and foreign financial institutions, international marketing firms, international trade firms, contracting companies, and consulting firms.
Requirements for the International Business major are: Principles of Micro- and Macro-economics (EC141, EC142), Financial Accounting (AC111), Business Statistics (BU121), Financial Management (FI261), International Business Management (BU272), Principles of Marketing (MK231), International Marketing (MK333), International Human Resource Management (BU335) International Financial Management (FI363), one International Business elective or International Elective chosen from International Economics (EC247), Business in Developing & Emerging Markets (BU324), Comparative Politics (PO104), International Relations (PO106), International Law (PO214), International Organizations and Global Governance (PO224), International Political Economy (PO232, formerly PO330), Business German (GR321), or any business language course. Others with permission of chair.