Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business and Economics

The B.B.A. in International Business and Economics will equip you with solid skills in the different business areas of economics, finance, accounting, management, and marketing. This degree also enables you to focus on the international dimensions of product and resource markets and international business practices. This program of study will deepen your knowledge and understanding about cultures, customs, geography, politics, and languages.

(B.B.A. in International Business and Economic Program Requirements in printable, PDF format)

Program Summary     

General Education 55 hours
Business Core 27 hours
International Business and Economics Major 39 hours
Elective Course 3 hours

Business Core – 27 Credit Hours

ACCT 203 Principles of Accounting I 3
ACCT 204 Principles of Accounting II 3
BCOM 301 Business Communication 3
ECFI 305 Managerial Finance 3
GBUS 204 Business Law I 3
MGT 301 Management Principles 3
MGT 602 Production & Operations Management 3
MGT 650 Business Policy 3
MKT 301 Marketing Principles 3

International Business and Economics Major – 39 Credit Hours

Students obtaining the B.B.A. in International Business and Economics degree must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 for all courses in the signed major (39 hours), with no grade lower than a "C" for these major core courses listed below.
ECFI 644 International Economics 3
ECFI 645 International Finance 3
MGT 606 International Business 3
MKT 606 International Marketing 3

Major Electives (27 credit hours with a minimum of 12 ECFI hours)
ECFI 405 Intermediate Finance 3
ECFI 467 Internship 3
ECFI 601 Quantitative Methods 3
ECFI 607 Options and Futures Markets 3
ECFI 631 Risk Management 3
ECFI 640 Money, Banking, and the Macroeconomy 3
ECFI 641 Financial Markets and Institutions 3
ECFI 642 Bank Management 3
ECFI 651 Managerial Economics 3
BCOM 400 Global Business Communication 3
GSCI 105 Cultural Geography 3
GSCI 240 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 3
LDRS 306 Leadership and Team Dynamics 3
MGT 601 Project/Program Management 3
POLS 230 Introduction to International Relations 3
SOC 460 Comparative Cultures and Societies 3

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