The certificate combines two international business courses with a foreign language and an area or thematic studies course. Four courses and a study abroad experience are required. A total of 15 credit hours are required for completion.
|International Economics and Finance||ECON 4900|
|International Management||MGMT 3050|
|International Marketing||MKTG 3400|
|Special Topics (International)||ACCT/FIN/MGMT/MKTG 4900|
May be submitted with intensive modern language course taken abroad. See course catalog for additional listings.
|History of Non-Western Art||ARTH 3750|
|Intercultural Communications||COMM 2150|
|Continental European Literature I||ENG 3250|
|Continental European Literature II||ENG 3260|
|World Literature – Non-Western||ENG 3270|
|British Literature I||ENG 3230|
|British Literature II||ENG 3240|
|Culture and History of France||FREN 3510|
|Topics in French Studies/Culture||FREN 4640|
|Cultural History of Germany||GERM 3510|
|Europe in the 20th Century||HIST 4480|
|Topics in African History||HIST 4610|
|Intro to Middle East||POLS 3440|
|Theories of International Relations||POLS 4600|
|International Law and Organization||POLS 4610|
|International Conflict||POLS 4700|
|Traveling Across South Asia||SOC 3110|
|Global Issues in Sociology||SOC 4500|
|Culture and History of Spain/Latin America||SPAN 3510|
|History of Spanish Language||SPAN 4610|
*Courses may be taken as part of a study abroad program.
The international experience requirement allows students to gain practical international business experience. Students can fulfill the requirement by participating in a study abroad program or an international internship. Study abroad experiences must be approved through a School of Business advisor.