B.A. in Administration International Business Concentration
Requirements (92-100 units)
Total units required for graduation: 180
Requirements for the B.A. in Administration
Students are encouraged to check that they have met the prerequisite requirements for each course in the College of Business and Public Administration in which they are planning to enroll. Prerequisite requirements listed for each course are strictly enforced.
Enrollment in 300-, 400- and 500-level courses in the College of Business and Public Administration is restricted to students who have completed at least 90 quarter units (i.e., at least junior class level) and all lower-division courses listed below. Course prerequisites are strictly enforced.
Students who do not meet the stated requirements may be disenrolled from the course(s).
Students must earn a grade of "C" (2.0) or better in all lower division, upper-division and concentration courses required to fulfill a B.A. in Administration.
|Lower-division core requirements (32)|
|ACCT 211||Introductory Accounting I||4|
|ACCT 212||Introductory Accounting II||4|
|ECON 200||Principles of Microeconomics||4|
|ECON 202||Principles of Macroeconomics||4|
|IST 101||Introduction to Information Technology||4|
|MGMT 230||Business Law||4|
|ADMN 210||Applied Business Statistics||4|
|Four units chosen from (also meets the General Education requirement category B1):||4|
|Methods of Calculus|
|Basic Concepts of Calculus|
|Upper-division core requirements (36)|
|FIN 313||Business Finance||4|
|FIN 314||Corporate Financial Management||4|
|IST 309||Information Systems and Technology||4|
|MGMT/PSYC 302||Management and Organizational Behavior||4|
|MGMT 350||Administrative Communications||4|
|MGMT 490||Strategic Management||4|
|MKTG 305||Marketing Principles||4|
|PA 315||Government-Business Relations||4|
|SCM 304||Principles of Supply Chain Management||4|
|Note: The concentration electives should be chosen from the electives listed for each concentration or, with the prior approval of the department chair, the student may substitute other courses for these electives. With prior approval, up to two of the concentration electives may be chosen from other academic disciplines. In planning their career goals, students should review course offerings of other departments to determine if specific courses fit their career plans.|
International Business Concentration (32 units)
An international business advising session is required for all students in the concentration and is taken towards the end of the first quarter of the junior year.
|MGMT 405||Managing Across Borders||4|
|MKTG 470||International Marketing Management||4|
|Four units chosen from (courses cannot double count in the specialty):||4|
|Internship (must have international focus)|
|Seminar in Administration|
|Seminar in Administration|
|Seminar in Administration|
|International Business Finance|
|Four units chosen from breadth electives (courses cannot double count in the specialty):||4|
|Globalization and Culture|
|Financial Institutions and Capital Formation|
|Seminar in Comparative Politics|
|Seminar in International Relations|
|Model United Nations|
|Eight units of 200-level or higher course work in the same approved foreign language. *||8|
|Eight units chosen from one of the following three specialties:||8|
Foreign languages acceptable for this program are Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish. Additional foreign languages may be approved by the Chair of the Department of Marketing. Courses must not be taught in English.
Students proficient in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish languages may receive Credit by Examination for the language requirements. Exact times and places of examinations are announced by the Department of World Languages and Literatures; students should make arrangements with the Department of World Languages and Literatures office or chair well in advance.
Students proficient in any foreign language at 200-level or equivalent level courses have an option for any or all of their foreign language courses to be waived. Responsibility for determining this proficiency rests with the Chair of the Marketing Department, after consultation with the World Languages and Literatures Department Chair. Students having any of these foreign language courses waived must substitute an equal number of units chosen from the electives listed below.
Study Abroad Specialty (8 units) (Program Code: INBS)
Eight units of upper-division courses in business taken abroad. The courses must be approved by the Global Management Center and Marketing Department Chair before the student goes on the study abroad program.
Functional Specialty (8 units)
Eight units of upper-division courses in a functional specialty within Marketing, Management, IDS, Finance, or Accounting.
Students pursuing a functional specialty in Marketing must take 8 units of upper division courses in MKTG. Students pursuing a functional specialty in Management must take 8 units of upper division courses in MGMT, HRM, or ENTR. Students pursuing a functional specialty in IDS must take 8 units of upper division courses in SCM or IST in addition to SCM 445 above. Students pursuing a functional specialty in Finance must take 8 units of upper division courses in FIN in addition to FIN 433 above. Students pursuing a functional specialty in Accounting must take ACCT 372 and ACCT 373 in addition to FIN 433 above.
Regional Specialty (8 units) (Program Code: INBR)
Eight units of regional courses chosen from one of the following categories:
|ANTH 358||Peoples of the Middle East||4|
|ANTH 362||Asian Cultures and Societies||4|
|FIN 355||Business and Asian Culture||4|
|HIST 435||World War II in the Pacific||4|
|HUM 328||Asian Cultural Traditions||4|
|HUM 375||The World of Islam||4|
|PHIL 375||Non-Western Philosophy||4|
|PSCI 305||East Asian Politics||4|
|PSCI 308||Government and Politics of the Middle East||4|
|SSCI 300||Nonwestern World||4|
|SSCI 516||Model Arab League (application and entrance exam required)||4|
|HIST 503||Europe Since 1945||4|
|MGMT 408||Managing in Europe||4|
|PSCI 304||East European Political Systems||4|
|PSCI 590||Seminar in International Relations||4|
|ANTH 354||Cultures of Mexico and Central America||4|
|ANTH 356||Cultures of South America||4|
|ECON 540||Political Economy of Latin America||4|
|HIST 465||Modern Central America||4|
|HIST 466||Foreign Relations of Latin America||4|
|HIST 470||Modern Latin America||4|
|MGMT 407||Comparative Management Systems of the Americas||4|
|SSCI 304||Contemporary Latin America||4|