Bachelor of Business Administration - International Business

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  • Objectives
    The International Business concentration stream builds on the existing strengths of the core curriculum and International Business concentration stream courses by offering cognate courses in disciplines such as Political Science and Economics to provide the worldwide perspective essential to transnational managers.
  • Entry requirements
    Students who have successfully completed 30 credits in their Business programmes and have a minimum cumulative average of 70%. A requirement of students accepted into the International Business concentration is to study abroad as an exchange student for a minimum of one semester, and a maximum of two semesters
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Business Administration - International Business
  • Course description
    Required Business Core Courses:
    ECO102    Introduction to Microeconomics
    ECO103    Introduction to Macroeconomics
    BMA140    Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions I
    BMA141    Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions II
    BAC121    Purposes of Accounting
    BAC221    Introduction to Managerial Accounting
    BFN201    Finance I
    BFN203    Finance II
    BHR221    Organizational Behaviour
    BMG112    Introduction to Management Theory and Practice
    ILT100      Information Literacy and Critical Thinking Lab (1 credit lab)
    BMG215*    Introduction to International Business
    BMG311    Business Policy
    BMK112    Consumer Behaviour and Introduction to Marketing
    BMK211    Marketing Management
    BMS231    Operations Management

    Note: All required Business core courses are normally offered in each semester (Fall and Winter).

    International Business Concentration Stream Courses:
    9 courses, 27 credits
    Required: None

    Any 6 of (but no more than 2 cognates) from:
    BFN360    International Finance I
    BHR316    Organizational Conflict and Negotiation
    BMG222    International Law
    BMG312    Competitiveness
    BMG315    International Management
    BMG322    Change Management
    BMK372    International Marketing
    POL140    International Relations
    POL231    European Union: History, Institutions and Policies
    POL241    International Affairs: Conflict, Ethics and the Prospects for Global Governance
    POL333    Internationalization of European Public Policies
    POL346    Politics of Global Finance
    ECO217    International Economics
    Plus: 3 additional courses which may be in this stream in Business, or outside of Business

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