What You'll Learn
As a business administration major, you'll learn core elements of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management, marketing and statistics.
Students who graduate with the international businesses specialization in business administration are prepared for careers in global supply chain management, international finance, management consulting, international management, international marketing and much more.
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General Education / University Requirements [28-37 credits]Reading, writing, thinking, knowing, doing—making knowledge work.
We are committed to preparing you for life in the 21st century, which means making sure you have the skills and knowledge to succeed in a career that may be characterized by many roles, often across multiple fields.
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Business Program Requirements
Business Requirements, Lower-Division, Business Core [24 credits]
Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 cr)
Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 cr)
Business Law I (3 cr)
Oral Communications (3 cr)
The Economic Way of Thinking (3 cr)
College Algebra (3 cr)
Introductory Statistics (3 cr)
Statistical Data Analysis (3 cr)
Business Requirements, Upper-Division, Business Core [31 credits]
Managerial Economics (3 cr)
Financial Management (3 cr)
Management Information Systems (3 cr)
Management and Organizational Behavior (3 cr)
Global Business Environment (3 cr)
Human Resource Management (3 cr)
Personal and Professional Skills for Business (1 cr)
Marketing Management (3 cr)
Business Application of Decision Science (3 cr)
Strategic Management - Capstone- taken in the final semester (3 cr)
International Business Specialization Requirements [21 credits]
International Economics (3 cr)
International Management (3 cr)
Choose three courses from the following:
International Financial Management (3 cr)
World Cultures (3 cr)
Electronic Commerce (3 cr)
Global Field Study (3 cr)
Meet with our adviser or check the undergraduate catalog for course descriptions and prerequisite requirements.