B.S. in Business Administration - International Business Concentration

undergraduate-programs-concentrations-international-businessMultinational corporations are on the rise and looking for individuals to guide them through the intricacies of global commerce. 

Be You. Be Global.

The Cook School’s business concentration in international business prepares students by integrating key principles of business practice with the impacts created by cultural, linguistic and political differences.


B.S. in Business Administration - International Business Concentration

In addition to fulfilling the requirements of the B.S.B.A. degree, the international business concentration requires fifteen (15) hours of international business courses in addition to IB 200, which is taken as a Business Common Body of Knowledge requirement, and twelve (12) foreign language credit hours. Up to six (6) hours of foreign language may be waived for advanced students. See business advisor for further information. 

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Course Options (Effective Fall 2014)

Fifteen hours selected from the following (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
IB 3020Latin American BusinessIB 2000
IB 3040Asian Business IB 2000 
IB 3100Geopolitics of World Business IB 2000 
IB 3140International e-Business IB 2000 & ITM 2000
IB 3150Middle Eastern Business IB 2000 
IB 3160Cultural Differences in International BusinessIB 2000
IB 4120International Business StrategiesIB 2000
IB 4900Global Immersion in International Business*IB 2000 and junior standing
IB 4910International Business InternshipIB 2000, permission of the department chair, and junior or senior standing
IB 4930Special Topics in International Business 

* Only one may be used to satisfy the IB concentration requirement