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Major requirements

International business and language area studies

International business and language area studies major

International business and language area studies major

ACCT 205 Financial Accounting

ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting

ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics

BUAD 142 Computer Applications in Business

BUAD 210 Business Ethics

BUAD 215 Entrepreneurship

BUAD 228 Advanced Statistics for Business and Economics

BUAD 231 Introduction to Organizational Behavior

BUAD 232 Introduction to Human Resource Management

BUAD 233 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management

BUAD 262 Introduction to International Business

BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts and Issues

BUAD 350 Corporate Finance

BUAD 390 Business Law

BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar

BUAD 469 IBLAS Senior Seminar

One of the following courses:

ECON 375 Growth and Development

ECON 376 International Trade

ECON 377 International Finance and Monetary Economics

ECON 390 Monetary Policy and Theory

BUAD 352 Financial Institutions and Markets

INTL / POLI 150 Introduction to International Studies

Total Credits Required: 60

Four courses beyond the 203 level to include: FREN/GERM/JAPN 204 and 375, plus two language electives. SPAN 204, 300, and either SPAN 365, 370 or 375, plus one language elective.

Note: IBLAS majors are allowed to have a BUAD concentration other than Global Business.

International students only:

Four courses taken in lieu of the modern languages and literatures requirement.

Note: International students should consult with the director of the IBLAS program in their freshman year to discuss their specific course requirements. International students must take four courses from the following list to become more familiar with American culture. International students are not required to study abroad. Alternatively, international students could choose a modern language, different from their native language, and study abroad in a country where their target language is spoken. In these cases, international students’ curricular requirements are identical to U.S. students’ requirements.

One of the following:

ENGL 235   Survey of U.S. Literature 1

ENGL 236   Survey of U.S. Literature 2

One of the following:

HIST 114     History of the United States 1

HIST 115     History of the United States 2

POLI 130     U.S. Politics and Government

Two of the following:

THRS 221 Religion in America

PHIL 305 American Philosophy

POLI 317 American Political Thought

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Campus location

Ariens Family Welcome Center
310 College Ave.
De Pere, WI 54115

Hours of operation

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

We’re also available by appointment.

Mailing address

Office of Admission
St. Norbert College
Ariens Family Welcome Center
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115