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Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government
Distinctive features of the McKenna School International Business Major
International Business majors will
The McKenna School also offers a minor in international business.
International BusinessBusiness Core (43 credits)BA 100* Financial Accounting I (freshman year) - 3 creditsBA 104* Introduction to Management (freshman year) - 3 creditsBA 220 Principles of Marketing (sophomore year) - 3 creditsBA 265 Management Information Systems (sophomore year) - 3 creditsBA 305 Business Ethics (junior year preferred) - 3 creditsBA 320 Corporate Finance I (sophomore year) - 3 creditsBA 340 Business Law (junior year) - 3 creditsBA 350 Statistics I (sophomore year) - 3 creditsBA 351 Statistics II or EC 360 Econometrics (sophomore year) - 3 creditsBA 495 Business Policy and Strategy (senior year) - 3 creditsEC 101 Principles of Microeconomics (freshman year) - 3 creditsEC 102 Principles of Macroeconomics (freshman year) - 3 creditsPS 100* Principles of American Politics - 3 creditsMA 109/111* Calculus I (freshman year) - 4 creditsInternational Business major requirements (23-24 credits) BA 150 Managerial Accounting (freshman year) - 3 creditsBA 250 Global Management - 3 creditsBA 353/EC 353 International Finance - 3 creditsBA 395 Global Marketing - 3 creditsModern Language:Two courses beyond the intermediate level or take two classes of a second language Choose 2 of the following courses: PS 375 International Law - 3 creditsBA 525 Global Experience OE Around the World (2 credit class) EC 351 International Trade - 3 creditsPS 242 International Politics - 3 creditsMinor requirement: BIB majors must complete a minor in BA, BF, BMAR, OE, PS, or EC.College Core (48 credits) TH 119 First Theology (freshman year) - 3 creditsTheology (200 Level) - 3 creditsTheology (300 Level) - 3 creditsHistory (100 Level) - 3 creditsHistory (200 Level) - 3 creditsPL 101 1st Philosophy - 3 creditsPhilosophy Elective (PL 215 Ethics suggested) - 3 creditsNatural Science 100 Level with lab - 4 creditsNatural Science 200 Level with lab - 4 creditsEL 102 Language and Rhetoric (freshman year) - 3 creditsEnglish Elective (Literature Course) - 3 creditsEnglish Elective - 3 creditsFine Arts (100 Level) - 3 creditsForeign Language Intermediate Level - 3 creditsForeign Language Intermediate Level - 3 creditsFirst-Year Seminar (additional hour) - 1 creditElectives (0-4 credits)
* Satisfies Core Curriculum requirements in Social Sciences and Mathematics.** At least one History class must be a global topic.*** Majors are encouraged, but not required to study abroad for one semester. Depending on the minor chosen, the total required for the Business Administration International Business major is 73-79 credits. After completing this major and the college core, you will have 0 to 3 credits for electives.Minor in International Business (18 credits)BA 102 Survey of Accounting (non-business majors only) or Financial Accounting I and Managerial Accounting - 3 creditsEC 101 Principles of Microeconomics - 3 creditsEC 102 Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 creditsBA 250 Global Management - 3 creditsBA/EC 353 International Finance - 3 creditsBA 395 Global Marketing - 3 credits