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Degree Requirements | International Studies, Business Option

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Degree Requirements

College of Liberal arts
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies - International Business Option

General Education Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
English    Humanities  
ENGL 1157 3  FORL 1001  3
ENGL 1158 or 11591 3  FORL 1002  3
Mathematics    ENGL Literature  3
MATH 1115 or 1125 or higher 3  Social Sciences  
MATH 2785 3  SOC 1051  3
Science    POLI 2700  3
BIOS2 3  Arts  
BIOS or Physical Science3 6  Arts Elective3  3
    Total 39
Other Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
BA 2780 3 FORL 2001  3
ECON 1203 and 1204 6 FORL 2002 (3)8
Culture Course4 3 Literature5  3
    Total 21
Course Requirements for Major
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
ANTH 4765  3  FORL 3000-level (language/not lit)  3
GEOG 4310  3  Foreign Language 3000- level (Language/not lit)  3
ECON 4261  3  POLI 4700/4800/4900 Series  6
SOC 4094 or 4086 or 4101 or 4124  3  Non-Western or Diplomatic HIST  6
    Total 30
Concentration/Option Requirements/Electives  
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
ACCT 2100  3 MANG 3401  3
ECON 4261 or 4306, HRT 2050, HRT 42507, BA 40487, ACCT 41267, IS 4998/4999 or other course approved by director of BAIS program  3 MANG 4446  3
Electives  9 MKT 3501  3
FIN 3300  3 MKT 4546  3
    Total  30
Total Credit Hours Required Credit Hours
  120
  1. "C" or better required
  2. 6 hour sequence in one science. Select from BIOS, CHEM, EES, PHYS. 3 hours must be BIOS.
  3. FTA (theatre/dance/film related course, FA or MUS)
  4. Any 2000-level or higher course in any discipline that treats culture, e.g., ANTH 2052
  5. Literature course may be in ENGL, FREN, or SPAN
  6. Non-Western History Option includes any 2000-level or higher HIST course with a non-U.S./non-European focus. (Note: Students with an area studies concentration should choose 6 hours unrelated to that area.) Diplomatic History Option includes any two of the following courses: HIST 4381, 4570, 4575, 4580, 4581 or other course by the program director.
  7. Course has a prerequisite or requires departmental consent.
  8.  All FORL courses should be in one language only.