• Department of Accounting,  Business Administration, and Economics


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    International Business

    The major program in International Business is designed to provide the student with the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to function in a high-level management position within a diverse multinational environment. 

    Students will take courses in International Accounting, International Trade and Finance, Global Marketing, International Management, International Economic Systems, Global Strategic Planning, and the Cultural Environment of Business. 

    Participants in the program will spend the spring semester, during the junior year, studying in Europe and immersing themselves in various European societies, ethnic backgrounds, and culture. In addition, the students will participate in planned field trips to multinational business organizations around Europe in order to meet with international business leaders and discuss with them the unique challenges associated with global business operations.


    Sample Program | Course Descriptions

    FIRST YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Introduction to Business Principles of Marketing
    Literature Core     Applied Calculus
    Natural Science Core     Natural Science Core    
    Theology Core Philosophy Core
    Elementary Foreign Language     Elementary Foreign Language    
    SECOND YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Introductory Accounting I Introductory Accounting II
    Business Law I Business Analysis    
    Princ. of Econ. I (Macro)     International Business    
    Fund. of Bus. Stats     Princ. of Econ. II (Micro)    
    History Core
    Theology Core
    Intermediate Foreign Language     Intermediate Foreign Language    
    THIRD YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Steubenville
    Gaming, Austria
    Human Resource Mgt     Field Experiences in I.B.    
    Organization and Mgt     Int’l Economics Systems    
    American Founding Principles Core     Cultural Environment of Bus.    
    Philosophy Core  International Management    
    Elective     
    FOURTH YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Global Mkting or Int’l Trade & Finance      Business and Society    
    Comparative Politics     Strategic Management    
    Social Science Core        Senior Thesis    
    Theology or Philosophy Core     Catholic Traditions in Fine Arts Core    
    Elective Elective
    Elective  

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