Language Programs: International Business Major / Minor
The international business major (reference number 569) requires 73 hours of professional and elective courses and leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. The objective of the international business (IB) major is to prepare students to succeed in the increasingly competitive and inter-dependent world of international business. The IB program equips students for global careers by providing sound business skills, geo-politicsl understanding, language skills, and cultural and value awareness of other regions. Available as a primary or secondary major, the IB major combines courses in international management, marketing, economics, finance, and entrepeneurship with foreign-language study. Students are required to do an internship in a firm engaged in international business or participate or study abroad. For information on the major, CLICK HERE.
The international business minor (reference number 333) prepares students to be effective citizens and leaders in a global environment of growing economic interdependence among nations. The program is open to all qualified undergraduates who want to pursue professional positions in both small and large multinational firms. The minor requires 24 semester hours. For more information on the minor, CLICK HERE.
For more information, contact the
Department of Modern Languages
- HCIC 2027
Gordon Ford College of Business
- 445 Grise Hall