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International Business

 

International Business – Suggested Course Sequence

First Year:
Foreign Lang
BA 140
ECO 150
MTH 131 or BA 160
Int’l culture
Sophomore:
Foreign Lang
ACC 201
ACC 202
ECO 220
BA 225
Junior or:
BA 305
BA 310
PS 104 or 431
Semester abroad
ECO 365 *
Senior:
BA 350
BA 410
BA 601
FR/SPA 302
 

* Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are not normally offered every year.

International Business - Major Course Requirements

Accounting Courses:

ACC 201
Principles of Accounting I
F
 
ACC 202
Principles of Accounting II
S
ACC 201

Business Courses

BA 140
Introduction to Business
F & S
COMPLETE AS FY/SOPH or School Consent
BA 225
Management Information Systems
F & S
ACC 201 or BA 140 or ECO 150
BA 305
Marketing
F & S
BA 140 OR ECO 150 OR SCSM 101
BA 310
Organization & Management
F & S
ECO 150, ≥46 credits
BA 350
Finance
F & S
ACC 202, ECO 150, ECO 220, MTH 131 or BA 160
BA 410
Global Marketing Management
S
BA 305, ≥46 credits
BA 601
Strategic Management (Capstone)
F & S
BA 305, BA 310, ECO 220, ≥78 credits

Economic Courses:

ECO 150
Economic Reasoning
F & S
 
ECO 220
Statistics
F & S
BA 160
ECO 365
International Finance
SO
ECO 150, BA 350

Other Supporting Courses:

BA 160 or MTH 131
Personal Financial Decisions or Applied Calculus
F & S
 
PS 104 or 431
International Politics or Int’l Law and Organization
 
Determined by Political Science Division - See College Catalog
One Int'l Culture course from:
IC 101, 102
REL 170,171,172,173
SOC 105
 
Determined by Language Division - See College Catalog
FR/SPA 302
Advanced Conversation and Composition II
 
FR/SPA 301 or consent of instructor
One-sem. work/study abroad
Must focus on knowledge and skills in BA or ECO
 
 

Total Major Credits (64)
 
 
 

 

First Year Program

INQ 111
Intro to Liberal Arts
 
 
WRI 111
Writing
 
 
SPE 111
Intro to Public Communications
 
 
WST 101 (1 SH)
Westminster 101
 
 

IPs(enter specific courses below)

FL:
Foreign Language thru 201
 
 
HC:
Humanity and Culture
 
 
QR:
Quantitative Reasoning
 
 
RP:
Religious and Philosophical Thought
 
 
SD:
Scientific Discovery
 
 
ST:
Social Thought and Tradition
 
 
VP:
Visual and Performing Arts
 
 

Cluster (enter course pair below)

CL 1:
 
 
 
CL 2:
 
 
 
Total All Credits (125)
 
 
 

Note: Student should consult International Studies Coordinator regarding a one-semester international “Work/Study Abroad” experience arranged through Westminster College. To be eligible for international study, students must have an all-college GPA of at least 2.500. During the one-semester abroad experience, the courses taken or the work experience must focus on acquiring knowledge and skills in business or economics. Generally, the location of the experience should promote increased foreign language proficiency.