The international business major is designed to prepare students for international careers with domestic, multinational and foreign business concerns. A grounding in general business concepts is combined with advanced study of issues affecting the global marketplace. Course work emphasizes understanding of cultural diversity, international business practices and unique problems associated with operating a multinational business in a cross-cultural context. Students in this major are required to have a study abroad experience.
Three additional credits approved by the department chair and department advisor. Examples: foreign study course, internship, or a related course such as a 300+ level foreign language history or culture course.