International Business Courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • IBUS/SCMT 340 – Global Supply Chain Management
  • IBUS/MKTG 401 – Global Marketing
  • IBUS/MKTG 402 – International Marketing
  • IBUS/MKTG 403 – International Market Entry Strategies
  • IBUS/ACCT 445 – International Accounting
  • IBUS 446/FINC 445 – International Finance
  • IBUS/MGMT 450 – International Environment of Business
  • IBUS/MGMT 452 – International Management
  • IBUS/MGMT 453 – Emerging Economies: BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China)
  • IBUS 455 – Asian Business Environment
  • IBUS 456 – European Integration & Business
  • IBUS/MGMT 457 – Global Entrepreneurship
  • IBUS 459 – Latin American Markets
  • IBUS 460 – Academy for Future International Leaders
  • IBUS 484 – International Business Internship
  • IBUS 485 – Directed Studies
  • IBUS 489 – Special Topics in Business Environment of India
  • IBUS 489 – Special Topics in Ireland Technology Management
  • IBUS 489 – Special Topics in Financial Environment of Australia & New Zealand
  • IBUS 489 – Special Topics Business Environment of of Brazil
  • IBUS 489 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship and Non-Profits in Southern Africa

Graduate Courses

  • IBUS/FINC 645 – International Finance
  • IBUS/ACCT 646 – International Accounting
  • IBUS/MGMT 667 – Multinational Enterprises
  • IBUS/MKTG 677 – Multinational Marketing Management
  • IBUS/MGMT 678 – International Management
  • IBUS/MGMT 679 – International Business Policy
  • IBUS 685 – Directed Studies
  • IBUS 692 – International Professional Study (Summer Programs)
  • IBUS 693 – International Professional Study (Reciprocal Exchanges)

European Union Area Studies

Courses below can be used to satisfy the non-business international course requirement for the Certificate in European Union Business. They may also satisfy the international (I), humanities (H) or general (GE) elective requirements in your curriculum program. Check with your academic adviser to verify use of these courses in your degree plan.

  • ECON 320 – Economic Development of Europe (GE,I)
  • HIST 324 – European Society in the Industrial Age (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 336 – Europe Since 1932 (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 338 – The Rise of the European Middle Class (GE,H)
  • HIST 339 – Eastern Europe Since 1453 (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 421 – European Intellectual History in the 20th Century (GE,H)
  • HIST 477 – Women in Modern European History (GE,H,I)
  • POLS 322 – Western European Governments and Politics (GE,I)
  • POLS 432 – The Politics of European Union (GE)
  • POLS 306 – Contemporary Political Problems & Issues (This is a variable topics course and requires prior approval.)

Latin American Area Studies

Courses below can be used to satisfy the non-business international course requirement for the Certificate in Latin American Business. They may also satisfy the international (I), humanities (H) or general (GE) elective requirements in your curriculum program. Check with your academic adviser to verify use of these courses in your degree plan.

  • ANTH 308 –  Archaeology of Mesoamerica (GE,H)
  • ECON 312 – Poverty & Inequality
  • ECON 330 – Economic Development
  • GEOG 323 – Geography of Latin America (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 304 – Mexican-American Frontier to 1848 (GE,H)
  • HIST 305 – Mexican-American Frontier 1848 – Present (GE,H)
  • HIST 341 – Latin America to 1810 (GE,H)
  • HIST 342 – Latin America Since 1810 (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 440 – Latin American Cultural and Intellectual History (GE,H,I)
  • HIST 441 – History of Mexico, 1821 to the present (GE,H,I)
  • POLS 323 – Political Systems of Latin America (GE,I)
  • POLS 362 – Latin American Political Thought (GE)
  • SPAN 312 – Hispanic Culture and Civilization 18th Century to Present(GE,H,I)
  • SPAN 410 – Hispanic Film (GE,H,I)
  • SPAN 411 – Contemporary Hispanic Society and Culture (GE,H,I)