International Business Major
International Business responds to the global interest in international economic systems and their multicultural characteristics. This degree combines the college-required courses with International Business courses and provides students the opportunity to apply a specified upper level foreign language course toward this specialization's requirements. It is strongly recommended that this program be declared in combination with another major in or outside of business in order to assure that graduates will have specialized career focus.
Admission to the Major
See "Admission Requirements" on the Robert H. Smith School of Business page.
Course requirements for the junior-senior curriculum concentration in International Business are:
|BMGT392||Introduction to International Business Management||3|
|BMGT477||International Supply Chain Management||3|
|BMGT463||Cross-cultural Challenges in Business||3|
|BMGT466||Global Business Strategy||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and Policy|
|Intermediate Microeconomic Theory & Policy|
|Economic Development of Underdeveloped Areas|
|Money and Banking|
|or agreed upon foreign language credits which includes|
|Business Chinese II|
In addition to the major requirements listed above, please see the Roberts H. Smith School of Business under The Colleges and Schools or www.rhsmith.umd.edu for a listing of additional Smith School degree requirements that apply to all Smith School majors.