Management International Business

Is Management - International Business the right fit for me?

Management majors are leaders, decision makers, and strategic thinkers. Those who opt for the International Business concentration have an added interest in the managerial issues faced by multinational companies, as well as the political, cultural, and institutional differences among nations.

What courses will I take?

Some of the courses you might take include:

  • Cross-cultural Psychology
  • International Business
  • Multinational Management
  • Organizational Design and Environment
  • International Trade
  • International Marketing

What kind of job will I get when I graduate?

You might start with an entry-level management experience, perhaps working as a generalist in charge of a small group of people, who are involved in business transactions between and within countries; work on the logistics of international trade; or be involved in investments made in foreign markets.

Who recruits Management - International Business majors?

  • Eli Lilly & Company
  • Kraft Foods Inc.
  • Northwest Airlines
  • Procter and Gamble
  • Gap, Inc./Old Navy
  • Merrill Lynch, Inc.

Required Courses

Hours Course # Course Name
3 PSYC 201 Introduction to Social Psychology
(Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or PSYC 103)
3 BADM 350 Information Technology for Networked Organizations
3 BADM 374 Management Decision Models
(Prerequisite: ECON 203)
3 BADM 375 Business Process Management
3 BADM 380 International Business
3 BADM 381 Multinational Management
3 BADM 382 International Marketing
(Prerequisite: BADM 320)
3 Choose one course from an approved list of courses relating to international trade, international economics, or international finance. The list will be reviewed periodically and new courses may be added. A student also may substitute a course not on the list by obtaining consent in advance from the Head of the Department of Business Administration or designee. (View complete elective list)
3 Choose one course from an approved list of courses relating to the study of: 1) The European Union or other customs union; or 2) the economy, politics, or sociology of a specific country or region. The list will be reviewed periodically and new courses may be added. A student also may substitute a course not on the list by obtaining consent in advance from the Head of the Department of Business Administration or designee. (View complete elective list)

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