International Business Concentration

This concentration is a part of the Bachelor in Business Administration degree. For information about the general study and business core requirements, go here.

General Description:

The International Business Concentration includes a wide variety of business courses, such as accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing, which are geared towards understanding business interactions in the global setting. It also provides a blend of courses in foreign language, culture, history and religion. At least one quarter must be spent studying outside the U.S. and Canada. WWU has a number of affiliated colleges and universities located in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and South America. Three quarters of college credit in a foreign language is also required.

Requirements:  (For course descriptions, go here.)

FINA 488International Trade and Finance4      
GBUS 494Internship0-4      
MGMT 488Global Management and Marketing4      
Business Electives4      
                      Foreign language (see bulletin)8-12      
 Electives: May be chosen from RELH 303, RELM 233, SOCI 204, or
any political science, geography, non-US history, business or modern
language courses. Four credits must be selected from other than
business and foreign language courses.
 One quarter of study outside the U.S./Canada 
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