Feb 06, 2023  
2015-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2015-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics and Finance, International Business Concentration, B.B.A.


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General Statement: Students with an International Business concentration acquire a better sense of the global business environment. In particular this concentration prepares students to seek challenging opportunities that are available globally. By learning to speak another language, and/or being an intern in an international business, which is a requirement in this concentration, gives a clear advantage to students with this concentration, particularly in an ever changing global environment.

General Education Requirements: See College of Business General Education Requirements .

Requirements for the BBA Degree - 120 Credit Hours Total


Business Core:


The Business Core and the freshman and sophomore years are common for all students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Information Systems and Economics/Finance.

Major Requirements - 30 Credit Hours


All BBA students must complete a minimum of 30 hours of 3000/4000 level business courses to constitute their major as indicated on the following pages.

Elective Requirements - 9 Credit Hours


Note:


* MATH 1110  is a prerequisite for MATH 1830  and can be used as a non-business elective

** MGMT 4500  may not be taken until all other business lower division and upper division core courses have been satisfactorily completed and should be taken during the final semester of enrollment.

*** Students testing out of BISI 2150  must take any 3 hour non-business elective course.

Suggested Four-Year Plan


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Note:


* These courses must be chosen from the University’s approved list of general education courses.
** Students that do not have an equivalent course must take the listed course as a non-business elective.

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