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International Business Concentration

International Business Concentration for business majors only

Students majoring in accounting, computer information systems, finance, management or marketing may elect to complete an International Business Concentration (IBC). The concentration provides students the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the rapidly changing global business, legal and cultural environment. Graduates with an IBE increase their career choices and will be better prepared to help area businesses compete in an increasingly international market place.

In addition to the major degree program requirements, the concentration requires 18-22 hours in international courses: a 12-hour core and six hours of approved international electives. Some students pursuing an International Business Concentration may need more than 120 semester hours of credit to graduate. Interested students should contact an International Business advisor as early in their degree program as possible.

Coursework used to meet the requirements for the concentration may not be used to meet the requirements for a major. Some courses in the International Business Concentration program have prerequisites which must be satisfied. These prerequisites do not count towards the concentration.

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International Business Concentration

Course Title
Hours
MGT 3820 International Business
3
ECO 3550 The International Economy
3
MKT 3710 International Marketing
3
FIN 3100 International Money and Finance*
3
  Total Required course hours
12

Plus 6 hours from the following courses

Course Title
Hours
ACC 3750 International Accounting 3
ECO 4450 International Trade and Finance
3
ANT 1310 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
3
ANT 2330 Cross-Cultural Communication (1)
3
ANT 3300 Exploring World Cultures (2)
3
MGT 3230 International Business Law 3
GEG 1000 World Regional Geography
3
HIS 3350 Countries/Regions of the World
3
PSC 3030 Introduction to International Relations
3
PSC 3320 International Law(3)
3
PSC 3600 Comparative Politics Area Studies
3
XXX Internship/Directed Study(4)
3
  Total semester hours
6

*The Finance Department recommends that students take this course after they have completed ECO 3550 and MGT 3230.

  1. fulfills the multicultural requirement
  2. prerequisite: ANT 1310
  3. prerequisite: PSC 3030
  4. three hours maximum and must have significant academic/directed study component and meet all approved School of Business guidelines for internships.
  5. Foreign language competency gained through other than MSU Denver credit will be assessed by the Brigham Young University Competency and Placement Examination (CAPE). Contact the assessment/testing center for further details, 303-556-3677.