International Business

College of Business Administration

BSBA areas of specialization

Department of Management
3018 Business Administration Building, 419-372-2946

The International Business Specialization is designed for students who are interested in international business and are completing a BSBA.

International Business Specialization (18 Credit Hours Required): Spring 2015 program requirements

    BA 3900    Business in the Global Arena (3)

    BA 4400    Global Management (3)

    Choose 2 courses from the following list: (6)
        BA 4920 (limited to 6 hours); BA 4390; ECON 3510 (can't also count toward the BSBA core), 4540; FIN 4100; LEGS 3050,
        4060; MKT 3020, 4550; MGMT 3300, 4420

    Choose 1 course from the following list: (3)
        AFRS 3000; CAST 2010; CHIN 2160, 3120, 4150; ETHN 3100, 3170, 4030; FREN 2220, 3660, 3820; GEOG 2250, 2300,                     3400, 3420, 3490; GERM 3160, 4160, 4210; HIST 3100, 3110, 3770, 3820, 3840, 4550; ITAL 3710, 3720; INST 2000;
        JAPN 2150, 3120, 4150; POLS 3510, 3550, 3610; RUSN 2160; SOC 2310; SPAN 2700, 3770, 3780.

    Choose 1 foreighn language proficiency at the 2000 level. (3)

NOTES:
All courses in the specialiation must be taken for a letter grade.

Substitute courses must be approved by the department.

Students must each a C or higher in all courses taken for the specialization (except foreign language proficiency).

All students must complete at least 18 hours toward the specialization. The courses taken can be used to meet the requirement of another specialization or major.

Students are encouraged to take a 2nd specialization in the BSBA or pursue a foreign language minor.

Students are responsible for meeting all requirements for the BSBA incldugin specialization requirements.