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  • International Business Administration

    Degree offered: Bachelor of Science  
    Minor offered: International Business Administration

     

    Division of Business Mission Statement:
    Believing in the power of truth, the division is committed to developing students who are grounded in the liberal arts and Dominican traditions. Upon graduation, the students will have the ability to think critically, logically, and ethically while applying the specialized business knowledge and skills mastered here to respond effectively to the rapidly evolving demands of our communities and organizations in the global economy.  

    A major in International Business Administration prepares a student for careers in international business operations. The major builds from a theoretical background in principles of economics and international economies. It is application-oriented in management, finance, accounting, and marketing. Students are prepared to understand, evaluate and suggest alternative solutions to global business problems/issues. Graduates may seek professional opportunities with multinational firms, international banks, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations.

     


    Requirements for a B.S. in International Business Administration

    Courses
    See course descriptions for prerequisites and co-requisites       
    Credits
       
    Students must complete the core requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in addition to the major requirements listed below.  
       
    ACT 210 Accounting for Financial Decision Making 3*
    ACT 220 Accounting for Managerial Decision Making 3*
    BUS 220 Principles of Marketing 3*
    BUS 221 International Marketing 3*
    BUS 240 Management & Organizational Behavior 3*
    BUS 343 Human Resource Management 3*
    BUS 345 Business and Employment Law 3*
    BUS 479 CORE: Strategic Management 3*
    ECN 207 Principles of Microeconomics 3*
    ECN 208 Principles of Macroeconomics 3*
    ECN 340 International Economics 3*
    FIN 325 Managerial Finance 3*
    GEO 125 World Geography 3*
    IBA 301 World Economics Resources & Business Sourcing 3*
    IBA 305 International Business Environments 3*
    IBA 311 International Accounting and Finance 3*
    MTH 140 Introduction to Statistics 3*
    PHL 346 Principles of Business Ethics 3*
       
    Select one course from the following: 3
    Foreign language course at 111- level  
    LNG 242 Cross-Cultural Communication  
    Study Abroad exchange credit  
    One course selected from SOC 379B, POL 360 or HIS 370  
       
    Required Correlative: 3
    CIS 107 Computer Applications  
                           OR, if eligible  
    CIS 234 Database Management Systems  
       
    Total Credits Required 60
    *used to calculate the Major GPA  

    Requirements for a Minor in International Business Administration


    Courses
    See course descriptions for prerequisites and co-requisites   
    Credits
       
    BUS 221 International Marketing 3
    ECN 340 International Economics 3
    GEO 125 World Geography 3
       
    Select two courses from the following: 6
    IBA 301 World Economic Resources and Business Sourcing  
    IBA 305 International Business Environment  
    IBA 311 International Accounting and Finance  
    *HST 106 World History I  
    *HST 107 World History II  
    POL 360 International Politics  
    SOC 379B CORE: Global Ethnic Relations  
    Study Abroad credit  
       
    *Note: Student may choose one but not both.  
       
    Total Credits Required 15