2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Jun 13, 2024  
2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Business Economics: Concentration in International Business and Economics [BUSE_IBE]

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The concentration in international business and economics addresses the complexity of the economy through a variety of international course offerings, including course work in economic development, international trade and finance, and comparative analysis of different economies. For more information about this program, contact the Economics Department .

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  1. Understand and apply the basic principles of micro and macroeconomics
  2. Understand and apply the basic principles of management
  3. Understand and utilize graphs, spreadsheets, and/or other basic quantitative techniques employed in the field
  4. Gather relevant information, evaluate it critically and communicate it effectively in written and oral forms
  5. Compare and evaluate contending economic policy debates at the local, national and/or international level

Career Potential

  • Exchange rate risk manager
  • Import/export manager
  • Foreign exchange trader
  • International law and business

Economics Department Course Retake Policy

  • For the purpose of this policy, "course" refers to any course offered by the Economics Department that is used to satisfy the requirements of any major or minor offered by the department (economics [ECO], management [MGT]).
  • A student may repeat a course to replace a failing grade, grade of X, indicating withdrawal from course, or to improve the student's grade point average when the first enrollment resulted in a passing grade.
  • A student may enroll in a course twice. A third or subsequent enrollment in that course shall be with the approval of the Economics Department only and contingent upon available space in the course after all student registration occurs.

A. Required Core in Economics: 24 credit hours

Note: A minimum grade of C in the foundational classes (ECO 105, ECO 110 and ECO 111) is required for all economics and business economics majors before taking upper-level courses that require any of these foundational classes as prerequisites.

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Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 120

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