Bachelor of Science in International Business
Expand your horizons with a global mindset. Master problem-solving in diverse business settings. Embrace ethics, cultural intelligence, and emerging global issues.
Sept | Jan
40 months | 4 years
120 American credits
Madrid, Paris, Heidelberg and Online
WHAT are You Going to Learn?
- Critically analyze and apply FOUNDATIONAL principles and theories about International Business.
- Evaluate and focus on PROBLEM SOLVING IN BUSINESS SETTINGS while integrating diversity, multicultural perspectives as well as ethical approaches to decision-making.
- Research EMMERGING ISSUES facing countries or business in an international environment such as political instability, trade policies, climate change, human rights, etc.
- Improve CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE developing communication and soft skills such as teamwork, cross-cultural communication abilities, public speaking, multilingual skills.
- Study ETHICAL BUSINESS BEST PRACTICES such as corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and fair-trade practices.
- Develop skills in the latest TECHNOLOGY tools and platforms that are necessary to compete in the international marketplace and adapt to rapidly changing technologies.
- Acquire a GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, think globally and understand business across borders. They will learn about global business environment and impact business operations.
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Additional UoR Degree available only for Residential Format.
Required General Education Courses
|AR 222||Art History||3|
|PSY 1021||General Psychology||3|
|HI 226||European History – Napoleonic Period to Present||3|
|FR/GE/SP 101||Beginning Foreign Language 1||3|
|MGF 1107**||College Mathematics||3|
|FR/GE/SP 102||Beginning Foreign Language 2||3|
|MA 172**||Applied Mathematics||3|
|EN 111||English Composition: Expository Writing||3|
|IR 221**||Introduction to International Relations||3|
|EN 112**||English: Research and Writing||3|
|SO 137||Science and Society||3|
|PS 221||Introduction to Political Science||3|
Required core courses
|Program code||Subject||60 Credits|
|IT 103||Applications of Computers||3|
|BA 439**||International Business Policy||3|
|ACG 2001**||Accounting I||3|
|CA 497 **||Capstone||3|
|ACG 2011**||Accounting II||3|
|GEB 1350**||Introduction to International Business||3|
|BA 341**||Business Finance||3|
|MAR 2011**||Principles of Marketing||3|
|BA 369**||Introduction to Sustainable Development||3|
|ECO 2013**||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|BA 370**||Business Communication||3|
|ECO 2023**||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|EC 455||International Trade & Finance||3|
|BA 401**||Human Resources Management||3|
|BA 261**||Principles of Business Law||3|
|BA 427**||Marketing Management||3|
|EN 373||Public Speaking||3|
|BA 437**||Multinational Enterprise||3|
|EN 200**||Cross-Cultural Communication||3|
|BA 322**||International Marketing||3|
|BA 384**||Behavioral Aspects||3|
|BA 469**||Entrepreneurship & New Venture||3|
|IR 331||Modern Diplomacy||3|
|IR 481||Selected Topics in International Relations||3|
|BA 424||Case Studies in Marketing||3|
|PSY 376**||Organizational Psychology||3|
|BA 433||European Banking and Finance||3|
|EC 457||Economies of Developing Countries||3|
|BA 482||Selected topics in International Business||3|
|BA 334||Leadership and Management Planning Technique||3|
|EC 452||Resources and the Environment||3|
|EN 490||Intercultural Communication||3|
|EC 454||Monetary Theory and Comparative Banking Systems||3|
|EC 310||Intermediate Economic Theory||3|
|HI 225||European History to 1815||3|
|EC 352||Economic Geography||3|
|IR 456||The European Union||3|
|FR/GE/SP 201||Intermediate Foreign Language 1 (or any 200 – 400 level Elective)||3|
|FR/GE/SP 202||Intermediate Foreign Language 2 (or any 200 – 400 level Elective)||3|
* Curriculum subject to change. Each campus and program may have extra requirements and exceptions. Additional UoR Final Thesis required if applying for dual degree.
**Course with double evaluation system with UoR if applying for dual degree.