B.S. in International Business

College of Business and Public Management
General Education Requirements
English Composition 6
Mathematics (Requirement fulfilled by major requirements. See below.)3
Public Speaking 3
Science requirements6
Behavioral and Social Science requirements6
Principles of Economics (Macro) 1
International Relations 1
Humanities requirements6
Global History since 1900 1
History of Civilization I
Introduction to Ethics (Fulfills Diverse Communities Requirement)
Arts requirement3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Interdisciplinary requirement3
Major Requirements 2
International Business Core
ACC 201Financial Accounting 13
ACC 202Managerial Accounting 13
BLA 201Legal Environment of Business 13
ECO 251Quantitative Business Analysis I 13
or MAT 121 Introduction to Statistics I
ECO 252Quantitative Business Analysis II 13
FIN 325Corporate Finance 13
MGT 200Principles of Management 13
MGT 341Production and Operations Management 13
MGT 499Business Policy and Strategy (Writing Emphasis) 13
MKT 250Principles of Marketing 13
International Major Core
ECO 112Principles of Economics (Micro) 13
FIN 372International Finance 13
or ECO 338 International Economics
GEO 101World Geography 13
INB 300Introduction to International Business 13
INB 469International Management Seminar 13
MGT 313Business and Society (Writing Emphasis) 13
MGT 431Human Resource Management 13
MKT 380International Marketing3
Other Requirements
ENG 368Business and Organizational Writing (Writing Emphasis) 13
Business Electives 36
Mathematics 56
Algebra, Functions, and Trigonometry
Algebra and Functions
Precalculus
Brief Calculus
Calculus I
Calculus II
Free Electives/Minor Electives 418
1

 A minimum grade of "C" must be earned in this course. If not, course must be repeated until a minimum of "C" is earned. Students are limited to five course repeats; a single course may not be repeated more than twice.

2

 A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required to register for 300- or 400-level business classes.

3

 Business electives include ENG 371, GEO 325, GEO 425, and any 300- or 400-level courses in ACC, ECO, FIN, INB, MIS, MGT, MKT.

4

The B.S. in international business encourages the completion of a minor in biology, chemistry, communication studies, computer science, information technology, earth science, history (non-US focus), foreign language, mathematics, physics, political science, geography and planning, Latin American and Latino studiesA,B, or Russian studiesA,B.

5

To meet AACSB requirements, the business program has a greater number of general education requirements than required by the University

To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via myWCU regularly. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.