The Bachelor of Science in International Business program provides preparation for graduate studies or a career in business. All international business majors take courses in the business management core including basic accounting, economics, marketing and management, while specializing in international business.
Major: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Major: 54 Credits B.S.
General Education: 42 Credits
Elective Credits: 24 Credits
Learning Goals for the Major in International Business
Students in the B.S. in International Business program will achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Business Functions: Students will apply their knowledge of marketing, finance, accounting, economics and management concepts to demonstrate a working knowledge of business methods and strategies.
- Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills using business analysis to implement solutions to global problems/opportunities such as proposing joint ventures or strategic alliances.
- Quantitative & Technological Skills: Students will demonstrate quantitative and technological skills and knowledge by analyzing and interpreting data to support decision making in a global context.
- Domestic & Global Environment: Students will articulate the complexity and diversity of the domestic and global business environment and the impact of internationalization on decision making.
- Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate competency in writing and speaking effectively and professionally as well as interpersonal and team skills in the business context.
- Ethics: Students will integrate ethical issues and social responsibility with strategic planning in a global context.