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International Business Major

Program Outcomes:
Students completing a major in international business are prepared to function as creative leaders in various positions in a global society. The Notre Dame College graduate possesses technical skills and is also capable of dealing with the many career changes that they will face. In most cases, students who major in international business must declare another major in business, as functional business skills such as accounting, information systems and marketing are important for initial career placement and emphasized more in the early stages of business careers. International skills are generally utilized after mastering functional skills.

Requirements:
Business Administration Core Courses + 24 credits in the following:


Six of the following seven courses (18 credits): 
EC 305 Comparative Economic Systems
PO 311 Comparative Politics
PO 312 International Relations 
PO 411 International Law
EC 440 International Economics
EC 442 International Finance 
BU 450 International Marketing

Plus ONE of the following three components (6 credits):

1. Completion of the 3rd year of a second language
2. At least one semester of study abroad including one upper biennium business course with the approval of the Department
3. An international internship in a country other than one’s home country with the approval of the Department.

Recommended Coursework: 
HI 332 Transformation of Japan: Feudalism to Nationhood
HI 333 The Middle East: From Islam to Nationalism 
HI 334 The Making of Modern China
HI 336 Latin America: A Regional History 
TH 370 Religions of the World 
BU 388 Business Ethics