International Business

International Business responds to the global interest in international economic systems and their multicultural characteristics. This degree option combines the college-required courses with International Business courses and provides students the opportunity to apply a specified upper level foreign language course toward this specialization’s requirements.

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New Requirements

- (New General Education) Effective for students entering UM in Fall 2015 and later. Students who entered UM prior to Fall 2015 have the option of adopting these new requirements. Please consult your Smith School Academic Advisor if you have questions.

Old Requirements

- (New General Education) Effective for students entering UM in Spring 2014 through Spring 2015.

- (New General Education) Effective for students entering UM in Fall 2012 through Fall 2013. External transfer students will be required to complete the new Smith School core requirements (launched in 2011) beginning Fall 2013.

- (CORE General Education) Effective for students entering UM in Fall 2011 through Spring 2012. External transfer students will be required to complete the new Smith School core requirements (launched in 2011) beginning Fall 2013.

- (CORE General Education) Effective for students entering UM in Fall 2005 through Spring 2011.

- (CORE General Education) Effective for students entering UM from Fall 1996 through Spring 2005

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Economics Requirements:

ECON 305, 306, 330, or 340
Please note the following approved substitutes:
  • ECON325 for ECON305
  • ECON326 for ECON306
  • BMGT341 for ECON330
  • ECON441 for ECON340.
3 credits
Total 3 credits

Major Requirements:

BMGT 392 - Introduction to International Business Management 3 credits
BMGT 446 - International Finance 3 credits
BMGT 454 - International Marketing 3 credits
BMGT 463 - Cross-Cultural Challenges in Business 3 credits
BMGT 466 - Global Business Strategy 3 credits
BMGT 477 - International Logistics and Transportation Management 3 credits
Total 18 credits