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Business Administration Major: International Business and Economics Option (B.S.)
Business Administration Major: International Business and Economics Option (B.S.)
The International Business and Economics (IBE) Option offers an interdisciplinary course of study, providing strong business training for students pursuing careers at organizations with an international focus, particularly in multinational corporations, international banks and government agencies.
What is international business and economics?
International business and economics focuses the disciplines of management, international trade, finance, marketing and economics on the challenges of global commerce. International managers explore such questions as, “What causes international financial crisis and how can we shelter our corporation from risk?” or “How will trade laws impact our ability to complete overseas?” and “How can we use technology to manage human resources over great distance and among different cultures?"
Why study international business and economics at UNH?
The business administration international business and economics major is an interdisciplinary course of study, providing you strong business training and preparation for a career at organizations with an international focus, particularly multinational corporations, international banks and government agencies. combining general business training with in-depth knowledge in economics, finance, and management. You will be strongly encouraged to round out your education with either an internship at an international organization or by studying abroad for one semester. achieves this by
- Foreign policy analyst
- Foreign sales manager
- International customs manager
- International economist
- International marketing director
- Multinational manager
Curriculum & Requirements
The Option in International Business and Economics offers an interdisciplinary course of study, providing strong business training for students pursuing careers at organizations with an international focus, particularly in multinational corporations, international banks, and government agencies. It achieves this by combining general business training with in-depth knowledge in economics, finance, and management. Students are strongly encouraged to round out their education with either an internship at an international organization or by studying abroad for one semester.
A typical plan of study follows, showing the major-required courses. Students take 16-18 credits per semester. Discovery Program requirements (including the Inquiry requirement in the first two years) and elective courses are taken as well. Students are expected to follow this course plan. In the first three semesters, students cannot take more than two major courses in a single semester. The options have additional requirements as noted. For a detailed schedule/plan of study for each option, students should check with the Paul College Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office for specific recommendations.
|Business Adminsistration core requirements|
|ADMN 400||Introduction to Business||4|
|ADMN 403||Computing Essentials for Business||1|
|ADMN 410||Management Information Systems||4|
|ADMN 502||Financial Accounting||4|
|ADMN 503||Managerial Accounting||4|
|ADMN 510||Business Statistics||4|
|ADMN 570||Introduction to Financial Management||4|
|ADMN 575||Behavior in Organizations||4|
|ADMN 580||Quantitative Decision Making||4|
|ADMN 775||Strategic Management: Decision Making 1||4|
|Other subject code courses:|
|ECON 401||Principles of Economics (Macro)||4|
|ECON 402||Principles of Economics (Micro)||4|
|MATH 422||Mathematics for Business Applications||4|
|or MATH 424A||Calculus for Social Sciences|
|PHIL 431||Business Ethics||4|
|PAUL 405||Freshman Academic Experience I||1|
|PAUL 406||Freshman Academic Experience II||1|
|PAUL 660||BiP-Social Intelligence Topics 2||2|
|PAUL 670||BiP-Analytical Intelligence Topics 2||2|
|PAUL 680||BiP-Competitive Intelligence Topics 2||2|
|PAUL 690||BiP-Professional Intelligence Topics 2||2|
This is the capstone course in the business administration program, and satisfies the capstone requirement of the Discovery Program. Students may be required to concurrently enroll in ADMN 700 PAUL Assessment of Core Knowledge (zero credits) for AACSB accreditation purposes.
Students may satisfy PAUL 660, PAUL 670, PAUL 680, PAUL 690 requirements through other courses/experiences with approved intelligence attributes assigned.
Depending of the choice of option and the specific requirements thereof, students may be able to take PAUL or non-PAUL electives in their junior or senior year.
Option in International Business and Economics
|ECON 645||International Economics||4|
|Select three of the following: 1||12|
|Innovation in the Global Economy|
|International Financial Management|
|Global Mindset for Sustainable Business|
A faculty-approved course in International Business
|Select one of the following:||4|
One of the remaining courses from list above
Credited internship at an international organization
One-semester study abroad experience that involves at least one approved international business or economics course and that results in at least 12 academic credits being transferred back to UNH
|Derivatives Securities and Markets|
Students should consult with their academic adviser and/or the faculty option coordinator in their selection of these courses according to their interests.
- Students will demonstrate proficiency in the core content areas of business.
- Students will think critically to address business situations.
- Students will demonstrate communication skills to interact effectively in business situations.
- Students will identify and understand the ethical dimensions and implications of business decisions.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze a business situation by applying a multiple stakeholder lens.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of business practices as they relate to local, national and global competitiveness.