As American businesses operate in an increasingly complex and competitive global economy, demand increases for graduates who are knowledgeable in the field of international business. Our international business degree program objectives are to help you understand the importance of international business to the U.S. economy, the differences in the economic systems that exist in the global economy, the economic, cultural, and business complexities of international marketing and sales, and the principles and requirements of exporting.
Designed to provide a strong academic background for transfer to a four-year college or university, this program combines specialized courses in international business with courses in the humanities, social sciences, science, mathematics, and traditional business courses.
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The international business degree program is primarily for graduates planning to transfer to a four-year institution. Transfer options include programs at:
- SUNY College at Cortland
- Ithaca College
- SUNY College at Plattsburgh
- SUNY College at Brockport
- SUNY New Paltz
- SUNY College at Oswego
Fall Term 1
Minimum Total Semester Credits: 13
|ACCT101, Principles of Accounting I, 4 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|ECON120, Principles of Microeconomics, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|ENGL100, Academic Writing I, 3 cr.
A minimum grade of C is required in ENGL 100. A student exempted from ENGL 100 must substitute a 3-credit Liberal Arts Elective. The course should be selected in consultation with the student's advisor.
|Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|Choose one from the courses listed below:
Minimum credits required: 3
Spring Term 1
Minimum Total Semester Credits: 16
|ACCT102, Principles of Accounting II, 4 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|BUAD111, International Business, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|BUAD204, Principles of Marketing, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|ENGL101, Academic Writing II, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|GEOG120, World Regional Geography, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
Fall Term 2
Minimum Total Semester Credits: 18
|BUAD201, Business Law I, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|BUAD203, Business Communications, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|BUAD217, Fundamentals of Exporting, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|ECON121, Principles of Macroeconomics, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
Spring Term 2
Minimum Total Semester Credits: 15
|BUAD215, International Marketing, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|ENGL201, Fundamentals of Speech, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
|MATH200, Statistics, 3 cr.||Schedule: Sp, Su, Fa, Wi|
Select a minimum of 3 credits from the courses listed below:
CRJU217, Ethics in Criminal Justice, 3 cr.
ENGL102, Approaches to Literature, 3 cr.
ENGL205, American Literature I, 3 cr.
ENGL206, American Literature II, 3 cr.
ENGL208, Introduction to Native American Literature, 3 cr.
ENGL215, Short Fiction, 3 cr.
ENGL220, Literature for Children, 3 cr.
ENGL225, World Literature I, 3 cr.
ENGL226, World Literature II, 3 cr.
ENGL227, Fundamentals of Creative Writing, 3 cr.
ENGL229, Introduction to Poetry, 3 cr.
ENGL233, Film Analysis, 3 cr.
ENGL245, Survey of British Literature I, 3 cr.
ENGL246, Survey of British Literature II, 3 cr.
ENGL248, Contemporary Women Writers, 3 cr.
ENGL255, Writing the Dramatic Television Series, 3 cr.
ENVS105, Environmental Ethics, 3 cr.
HUMN232, Introduction to World Religions, 3 cr.
PHIL101, Introduction to Philosophy, 3 cr.
PHIL201, Contemporary Moral Issues, 3 cr.
WGST248, Contemporary Women Writers, 3 cr.
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