This coordinate program with the Department of Foreign Languages is designed to prepare students for a career in international business or to work in a business environment where Spanish or French is the predominant language. The student admitted to this program will major in Business Administration or major in Business Administration with a Management Concentration.

  1. Students must complete the following required courses in the Business core: ACCT 203-204, BUSN 223, 321W, 341, 346, 380S, 473, and FIN 325. Additionally, students must select either ACCT 340 or ECON 340 as their international component of the Business core. Supportive courses required are ECON 204, 211, and 212.
  2. Students must complete eight hours of upper-level (300+) foreign language courses. These courses should be chosen with the advice of a professor of the chosen language.
  3. The student must experience life in a foreign country. This experience may be completed by means of an international module, participating in an international study program, or working as an intern in a foreign country.
  4. Questions regarding other options for fulfilling the overseas requirement and general inquiries concerning the program should be addressed to the Dean of the Frost School of Business and the Chair of the Foreign Languages Department.


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