The International Business Concentration emphasizes topics such as the history and future of globalization, the drivers, trends and implications of globalization for businesses, the geo-political and legal dimensions of global business, economic and trading theories, global legal issues, and global strategic entry models.
Twenty credits in 400-level international business courses are required to complete the International Business Concentration.
ELCBUS 310: Managerial Economics is a prerequisite for ELCBUS 461: International Environment of Business.
ELCBUS 320: Marketing Management is a prerequisite for ELCBUS 462: International Marketing.
ELCBUS 350: Business Finance is a prerequisite for ELCBUS 463: International Finance and Trade.
The following four courses are required for the International Business Concentration:
- ELCBUS 461: International Environment of Business
- ELCBUS 462: International Marketing
- ELCBUS 463: International Finance and Trade
- ELCBUS 464: History and Globalization