INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MAJOR

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For advisement purposes, freshmen are typically advised to take 200 level ACC or ECN courses apart from general education courses and getting math skills up to par. In addition, International Business majors should complete CIS 217 Fundamentals of Business Computing and ENG302 Business Writing at their earliest opportunity. If you are advising sophomores, juniors and/or seniors considering business as a major, please refer them to the School of Business and Management, Center for Student Success for current program information.

 

Math Requirements 

MTH 111: College Algebra Prerequisite for ACC 281, ECN 201, MTH 221, MTH 244
MTH 221: Business Calculus Meet business foundation requirements

MTH 244: Business Statistics

Prerequisites for ECN 304: Intermediate Statistics

Recommended Courses in the Freshman Year

  • ACC 281 Introduction to Financial Accounting (MTH111)>
  • ACC 282 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (ACC281)
  • ECN 201: Principles of Microeconomics (MTH111)
  • ECN 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • General Education Courses

Recommended Courses in the Sophomore Year 

  • CIS 217: Fundamentals of Business Computing
  • MTH 221: Business Calculus (MTH111)
  • MTH 244: Business Statistics (MTH111)
  • ENG 302: Business Writing
  • BUS 335: Principles of Marketing
  • BUS 345: International Business & Environment
  • BUS 366: Organizational Behavior
  • BUS 375: Business Law
  • General Education Courses

Foundation Courses

To be eligible to declare the major in International Business, a student must successfully complete, with a grade of “C-” or better and a 2.5 average, the following seven courses: CIS 217, ECN 201, ECN 202, MTH 244 or equivalent, ACC 281, ACC 282 and MTH 201 or MTH 221.

Last Updated 5/7/19

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