The international business curriculum uses a four-prong
approach to prepare students for a career in business.
1. You will take 15 credit hours of business courses in six
functional areas: business administration, economics,
finance, management, marketing and supply chain
2. You will take 12 credit hours from the approved courses
and focus their education in international business.
3. You will fulfill a 13-week minimum global immersion
requirement with equivalent of 8 credit hours of
foreign language designed to advance your language
proficiency. If you test into B1 level of Deutsch, you
must advance to B2 level, which is equivalent to 8
credit hours. International students, who already have
a command of a foreign language, may choose to
improve their English proficiency by taking additional
English language courses.
4. You will participate an international internship or
practicum experience, an opportunity that is available
during the global immersion experience described above.