This program is a part of our Management and Information Systems Technology (MIST) Programs.Management Information Systems Technology is a member of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized acceditation association for business education.
The major in international management is designed to offer students an opportunity to broaden their perspectives to include the international aspects of management of business enterprise. A central objective is to train students interested in a career in international business by familiarizing them with the international operations of business enterprises and other institutions.
Students become familiar with the international economic and legal environment through a comprehensive review of international trade, foreign investment and the international monetary and legal systems. Students are further encouraged to develop a global perspective in their education by learning a foreign language, studying world geography, world politics and other courses with an international emphasis.
To complete the international management major successfully, the following course work is required:
- 48 credits in Business Core courses
- 9 credits of Skills Component courses
- 12 credits of International Management Major Requirements
- 12 credits of International Management Major Electives
- 6-8 credits in a Foreign Language other than the student's native language
- 34 credits of CORE Curriculum requirements
A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation, the last 30 of which must be completed at La Roche College.