International Management Concentration
American firms, large and small, have the opportunity to participate in worldwide business ventures, whether through exporting, importing, international trade, or by manufacturing or setting up service operations overseas. These firms also face the challenges of competition from foreign companies who either export to or build facilities in the United States.
The international management concentration provides students with a better grasp of these opportunities and challenges and facilitates functioning in an international environment. The program provides exposure to the cultures of various countries, development of a competence in at least one foreign language, and training in a broad range of management and business theories and skills relevant to international operations.
About International Management
B.S.B.A. Core Requirements
B.S.B.A. Worksheet/Flow Chart/Suggested Program Plan/Others Forms
Course Descriptions (SU Undergraduate Catalog, Section 3)
- MGT340 Human Resource Management
- MGT370 International Business
- MGT470 International Management
- MKT360 International Marketing
Electives (Select two of the following courses)
- ANT220 Anthropology for International Studies
- ECO321 International Economics: Policy
- ECO325 Globalization: Issues & Policies
- FIN425 Global Financial Management
- GEO101 World Geography*
- PLS141 Introduction to International Relations*
- MGT349 International Human Resource Administration
- MGT380 Global Business Exploration Program I
- MGT381 Global Business Exploration Program II
* Only one of these courses may be counted as a major elective course.
Required General Education
Twelve credits in one modern language and beyond the beginning level (other than one of the literature courses) shall be elected by the student. All four courses must be taught in the selected language. At least one commercial course (e.g., FRN215, GER215, SPN250) shall be among the four courses selected by the student. Students in International Management must achieve an intermediate level on the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Oral Proficiency Interview. This competency examination must be completed no later than the end of the junior year (90 credits).
The program prepares students for job opportunities in multinational corporations or smaller firms with international operations. The program also provides a solid foundation for the pursuit of graduate study.
For additional information: S.U. Undergraduate Catalog (See Section 2, John L. Grove College of Business)
and for Course Descriptions (See Section 3).