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USF School of Management International Student
USF School of Management International Student

International Business Undergraduate and MBA Courses

The Undergraduate International Business major prepares students to enter the international business arena of the 21st century. The objective of this major is to offer students a business education specific to international applications; promote and encourage an international experience and provide ample opportunity to obtain critical international preparation through international courses in Business, Language and Economics. International Business students are strongly encouraged to gain international experience by participating in an approved Study Abroad program or international Study Tour.

Courses include:
  • BUS - 350 International Business

  • BUS - 452 The Manager in the Global Economy

  • BUS - 430 International Financial Management

  • BUS - 461 International Marketing Management

Electives include:

  • BUS - 345 Sustainable Business

  • BUS - 359 Special Topics - International

  • BUS - 397 Study Tour - International

  • BUS - 406 Entrepreneurship/Business Plan Development

  • BUS - 451 Import Export Management

  • BUS - 459 Special Topics - International

  • Foreign Language - 3rd or 4th semester (4 credits max)

  • Other Upper Division International courses from Politics, Economics, Asian Studies - faculty advisor approval needed

International Business Electives in the MBA program include:
  • 6701 - Japanese Business, Economics and Society
  • 6703 - Global Trends
  • 6797 - Academic Global Immersion  Required for emphasis
  • 6303 - Global Marketing
  • 6206 - International Finance I
  • 6207 - International Finance II
  • 6408 - Sustainable Business
  • 6414 - Managing Across Cultures  Required for emphasis.
  • 6506 - Trends in Global Communication
  • 6602 - Global Product Development