The international business curriculum uses a four-prong
approach to prepare students for a career in business.
1. Take 15 credit hours of business courses selected from one of the following functional area options: Business
Administration (i.e. General International Business), Economics, Management, Finance, Marketing, or Supply Chain
2. Take 12 credit hours of international business courses from the specified list for the selected functional area option.
3. Complete a semester (13-week minimum) global immersion requirement with the equivalent of 8 credit hours of foreign language,
which may be completed during the global immersion experience. The International students may choose to improve their English proficiency
by taking additional English courses.
4. Participate in an internationally focused internship or practicum experience, and opportunity that may be available during the global immersion experience described above.