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International Business Concentration

Modern organizations must effectively navigate increasingly dynamic and global business environments in terms of not only increasing competition levels, but also finding business partners, and customer bases, and globally dispersed operations. This requires that business professionals must be aware of diverse international business practices and the various current social-cultural environments around the globe in which they operate. Courses in the International Business concentration at Eastern focus on international practices, standards, market institutions, regulatory structures, as well as market niches and cultural differences particularly in the areas of financial management, international marketing strategies, global operations and logistics, international project management best practices, and various other general business practices and ethical frameworks utilized around the world.

Concentration Requirements

A minimum of 9 credit hours from any of the following 300 and 400 level elective courses is required to complete an International Business Concentration in addition to a student’s Business Administration major.

Complete 3 Elective Courses Listed Below (9 credits)

  • BUS 329 International Marketing (3 credits)
  • BUS 362 Global Operations and Logistics (3 credits)
  • BUS 370 Business Perspectives, Canada/US (3 credits)
  • BUS 437 International Finance Marketing (3 credits)
  • BUS 450 International Business (3 credits)
  • BUS 463 Seminar in International Business (3 credits)