When completing an International Business Emphasis, in addition to the basic requirements (Int. Stds 205 and 402), the student must take the courses described below, and may take as many upper-level elective courses from List 2 to complete the major's credit and discipline distribution requirements.
For International Business emphasis sample and progression sheet, please follow the links below:
||Sample Course Distribution
|Int. Studies - Business
International Business courses (15 credits):
The courses required for international business serve as the 15 credit specialization within International Studies.
These courses include:
||International Finance and Trade
||Revolution and Development
||International Political Economy
Elective courses (15 credits):
Students pursuing the International Business emphasis may take 15 credits of elective courses, from course List 2, in order to complete the major's 36 credits requirement.
Please note that only up to 9 credits out of the major's 36 credits may consist of 100 or 200 level courses.
Additionally, students must take courses from at least four different disciplines giving credit in the International Studies Program within their major.
Required business courses for the emphasis, must include any 9 credits (3 courses) of Business courses
In the past, many students have taken the courses below:
||Introduction to Business
|| Financial and Managerial Accounting
|| Legal Environment of Business
||Introduction to Marketing
Students in the International Business Emphasis may (and are encourage to) also complete a minor in Business Administration (27 credits). Students must check the most recent UW Oshkosh Bulletin for requirements of the Business Minor.