To earn your bachelor’s degree in international business through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average.
Global Leadership and the Culture Map (BSAD 420)
Study global business strategies and cultural contexts in theory and practice. Examine competitive strategies, international expansions and venture launches.
Global Issues (BSAD 320)
Analyze complex global issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. Investigate how change and innovation transform human endeavors in technology, business, politics, laws, culture and arts.
International Finance (ECON 422)
Explore the international monetary system and markets, including exchange rates, international payments, inflation, unemployment, national income and interest rates in an open economy.
Global Sourcing and Distribution (SCMA 439)
Expand strategies, concepts and tools in supply chain management on a global scale as you examine supply chains in the context of international trade.
International Marketing (MRKT 453)
Acquire skills in marketing products and services internationally, considering institutions, culture, development stage, geography, research, and pricing for successful operations abroad.
International Management (MNGT 414)
Understand major management issues companies face when doing business internationally, including cultural, economic, legal and technological differences.