International Business and Economics
This concentration is for students interested in careers linked to the global economy, where regional knowledge, intercultural competency, and writing and language skills are highly valued. It gives students social, political, and historical knowledge that allows them to better understand international business trends, as well as a grounding in basic business and economics. It also introduces students to the challenges of transitional economies and third world development programs, and poses ethical and cultural issues facing international agencies. Unlike traditional business school programs, this concentration offers a liberal arts focus for careers in multinational companies, development agencies, government, and international organizations. It encourages students to take advanced language courses specifically designed for international business and to study abroad in the language of their area specialty.
Bachelor of Arts Degree: 182.0 credits
Recommended Plan of Study
Bachelor of Arts in IAS, International Business and Economics Concentration: Five-year Co-op