International Business

The International Business Track is designed to prepare its graduate for a professional career in this borderless world economy. Today's managers need to be prepared to interact with other countries, cultures, beliefs and business systems. Therefore, future students of business will need to acquire rather complex skills attributed to cross-cultural management because today's business is increasingly global.

Prerequisite Core Courses:
  • BUS 531 Managerial Economics
  • BUS 565 Organizational Theory and Development
  • BUS 567 Behavioral Science for Management
  • BUS 575 Marketing Theory

Choose three from the following:

  • BUS 529 Executive Roundtable
  • BUS 542 Applied International Management*
  • BUS 543 International Business Opportunities
  • BUS 544 Importing and Exporting*
  • BUS 545 International Strategic Planning
  • BUS 546 International Marketing
  • BUS 549 International Finance
  • BUS 582 International Business Environment (Travel Course)
  • BUS 592 International Business*

* Elective also available online

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