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2013-2014
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DEGREE: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
MAJOR: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES


International Business Studies focuses on in-depth study of a region of the world with heavy emphasis on advanced language skills and international studies to accompany a strong curriculum of business and international business courses. Along with the requirements below, all International Business Studies majors must complete a fall or spring semester abroad studying in a region of the world consistent with their language of choice.

CURRICULUM CREDITS
University Requirements
ENGL 110 (minimum grade C-) 3
BUAD 110, First Year Experience (FYE), (minimum grade C-) 3
Discovery Learning Experience (DLE) 3
Multicultural course 3
University Breadth Requirements
Creative Arts and Humanities (minimum grade C-) 3
History and Cultural Change (minimum grade C-) 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (minimum grade C-) 3
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology (minimum grade C-) 3
These four courses must be chosen from four different departments.
Some of the university requirements may be met by the major requirements listed below. The student should consult with their advisor for clarification.
Major Requirements
Social and Behavioral Sciences 6
PSYC 100 and a SOCI course are required. See the undergraduate catalog at www.udel.edu/catalog for the specific list of SOCI course options.
Region Studies Courses: courses related to a region of the world consistent with the student's language of choice, selected from the following: 6
Art History, Foreign Languages and Literatures, History, Philosophy,
Anthropology, Geography, Political Science and International Relations
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology 7
See the undergraduate catalog at www.udel.edu/catalog for the specific list of courses (Note: STAT, MATH, and CISC courses may NOT apply). This requirement includes one associated laboratory credit.
Advanced Language Studies - Fifteen credits from: 15
Foreign Languages and Literatures (Five courses in the language of choice, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, or Spanish at the 200-level and above. Of these five courses at least two must be at the 300-level and one is recommended to be a business language course, depending upon the language of choice. All International Business Studies majors must complete a fall or spring semester abroad studying in a region of the world consistent with their language of choice.)
 
MATH 221 Calculus I (minimum grade C-) 3
MATH 201/MATH 202 Introduction to Statistics I and II (minimum grade C-) 6
COMM 212 Oral Communication in Business 3
ECON 151 Introduction to Microeconomics: Prices and Markets (minimum grade C-) 3
ECON 152 Introduction to Macroeconomics: National Economy (minimum grade C-) 3
ACCT 207 Accounting I (minimum grade C-) 3
ACCT 208 Accounting II (minimum grade C-) 3
ACCT 352 Law and Social Issues in Business 3
MISY 160 Business Computing: Tools and Concepts 3
MISY 261 Introduction to Business Information Systems 3
FINC 311 Principles of Finance (minimum grade C-) 3
BUAD 301 Introduction to Marketing (minimum grade C-) 3
BUAD 306 Operations Management (minimum grade C-) 3
BUAD 309 Management and Organizational Behavior (minimum grade C-) 3
BUAD 441 Strategic Management (minimum grade C-) 3

Only one of the following will count toward graduation:
MISY 261 Introduction to Business Information Systems
or
ACCT 302 Accounting Information Systems

Students must earn a grade of C- or better in all the following courses:
BUAD 384 Global Business Environment 3
BUAD 386 International Business Management 3
BUAD 475 International Marketing 3
ECON 340 International Economics 3
FINC 415 International Finance 3

One Information Technology related course from the following: 3
(minimum grade C-)
MISY 427 Management of Information Systems
BUAD 477 IT Applications in Marketing

Professional Electives
ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC, or MISY courses (at the 300-level or higher) 6

ELECTIVES
After required courses are completed, sufficient credits must be taken to meet the minimum credits required for the degree. These credits may be 100-level language courses. Elective courses should be chosen from outside the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, and no more than two credits can be from BHAN120.

CREDITS TO TOTAL A MINIMUM OF 126




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