Business Administration Major – International Business Concentration Requirements
57 total credits.
Required School of Business & Economics core courses (33 credits):
BUS 101 Introduction to Business
Calculus for Business, Life,
and Social Sciences
Calculus and Analytic
ACCT 200 Financial Accounting
ACCT 201 Managerial Accounting
BUS 270 Business Statistics
ECON 250 Principles of Microeconomics
BUS 211 Business Law I
FIN 320 Principles of Finance
BUS 370 Principles of Marketing
BUS 380 Principles of Management
Required Concentration Courses (9 credits):
ECON 430 International Economics
BUS 430 International Business
And three of the following (9 credits required):
ACCT 388 Independent Study in Accounting
BUS 301 Study Abroad
Business Ethics and Social
BUS 400 Business Internship
BUS 411 Advanced Business Law
Advanced Intercultural Communications
ECON 435 Development Economics
TRSP 300 Supply Chain Management
TRSP 305 Air Transportation Management
International and Intermodal
6 credits (two courses) of one foreign language
6 credits (two courses) 300 level or higher from the Global Studies Minor
*Students can complete either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with an International Business
concentration. For BA, students must fulfill the university's foreign language requirement (6 college-level credits of one foreign
language, as outlined in the University catalog.
Students cannot use BUS 430 or ECON 430 as an elective for another SBE major.
Students with a Management Concentration cannot use BUS 363 as an elective.
Students with an Economics Major cannot use ECON 435 as an elective.