International Business, Certificate

This interdisciplinary program encompasses business, international studies, foreign languages and recommended General Education courses. The requirements are:

  • Completion of a study abroad or faculty-led travel experience and a reflection paper or digital story on the impact of the experience on the student
  • Proficiency in a foreign language as determined by the Department of World Languages and Cultures or 9 credits above the intermediate level
  • EC180 Contemporary Economics
  • EC181 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • EC382 International Finance & Economics
  • BU213 Mgmt Theory & Org. Behavior
  • BU414 The Global Business Environment
  • A non-business 200+ level course in an international subject from world languages and cultures, art, history, geography, English, music, sociology, anthropology, or others selected in conjunction with the Department of Business Administration chair.