Suggested Four Year Curriculum in International Business Major

First Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Gateway Colloquium* Mathematics 110*, 151*, 155*, 161*,
or 165*
Intro to Economics 100* Foreign Language
Foreign Language General Education Requirement
International Politics 102
        or Global History 122
        or Cultural Anthropology 171
Acct for Decision Making I 112*
Physical Education Requirement

Second Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Acct for Decision Making II 212* Financial Management 303
Statistics 227* Marketing 330
General Education Requirement Intro to International Studies 240
General Education Requirement General Education Requirement
Physical Education Requirement

Third Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
International Political Economy 345
     or International Trade 351
     or International Finance 352
     or Economics of Developing Countries 355
Study abroad (individualized plan of
study developed)
History of U.S. Foreign Relations 353 or 354
     or Comparative Language 377
General Education Requirement

Fourth Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Business Law I 355 Strategy & Policy 490
International Political Economy 345
     or International Trade 351
     or International Finance 352
     or Economics of Developing Countries 355
Elective
International Business 451 Elective
Organization and Management 341 Elective

May Terms: Students can take an elective, travel course, or internship during each May Term.

* Foundation course. Potential international business majors must earn at least a C- in each foundation course and a cumulative average of 2.5 in these courses (on a 4.0 scale) to proceed to junior level major courses.

** Optional, but students are encouraged to participate in at least one May Term.

*** Study abroad can be arranged for any term during the junior or senior year.

NOTE:  After the freshmen year, students are assigned a permanent major advisor in the department who will assist in program planning for the second-semester sophomore, junior and senior years.