Business Administration B.A. with a Concentration in International Business

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Core Curriculum Requirements54-52
Business and Management Core Requirements36
Business Administration Major Requirements18
Concentration in International Business12
Total Units120

 Business and Management Core Requirements for all Department Majors

Lower Division
BUSN-114Introduction to Business3
MATH-116College Algebra3
or MATH-170C Precalculus
BUSN-125Computer Applications3
BUSN-215Principles/Economics I-Macro3
BUSN-216Principles/Economics II-Micro3
ACCT-225Principles of Financial Accounting3
Upper Division
BUSN-316Legal Aspects/Business Process3
or BUSN-317 Legal & Ethical Environ/Busin
ACCT-321Accounting and Finance for Decision Making3
MNGT-325Management Theory/Practice3
FINC-335Corporate Finance3
MRKT-360Principles of Marketing3
BUSN-455CBusiness Policy and Strategy (Capstone Course)3
Total Units36

Business Administration Major Requirements

In addition to the Business and Management Core Requirements for a Business Administration Major, students must successfully complete the following courses:

Business Administration Major Requirements
Upper Division:
Upper and/or Lower Division:
Department of Business and Management courses 6
Non-Department of Business and Management courses require prior approval of the Chair of the Department of Business and Management.
Total Units18

Concentration in International Business

Concentrations are 12-credits each. Courses in a concentration that were completed as part of a major do not apply to the concentration; these must be replaced with an alternate, approved course. A completed concentration is noted on the official transcript. The International Business concentration prepares students for entrepreneurial and corporate careers in an ever-more globalizing digital economy. Skill-development is designed to support successful navigation of the challenges of business across diverse cultures, foreign strategies and operations. Experiential learning and foreign language skills are also emphasized.

Required Courses:
FINC-421International Finance3
MNGT-420International Management3
MRKT-367Multinational Marketing3
Select 3 units from the following:3
Business Intern Program
Intercultural Communication
Modern China
Globalization & Development
Area Studies in Anthropology
Total Units12