Junior and Senior International Business Major
Since this program requires a second major in one of the business functional areas, students are assigned a faculty advisor based on the second major, and scheduling/registration suggestions should be pursued with the appropriate department.
It is important to note that...
- A study abroad/international experience of
at least three weeks duration is required.
The study abroad experience requires prior
approval of the International Business Advisory
Committee (IBAC). International
students are considered to have met this
requirement by their study at UW-L.
- Language proficiency is considered met when the student has completed coursework through the 202 level with "C" grades, or better, in each, or "C" grade if the student starts at the 300 level. Students whose native language is not English are considered to have met this requirement by their admission to degree study at UW-L.
International Business Major Requirements 24cr. including the Gen. Ed. course ANT/ECO/GEO/HIS/POL 202, 3 cr.
This next part of the major is usually completed over the junior and senior years.
ECO 340 - usually offered fall semester
MKT 341 - usually offered both semesters
BUS 405 - usually offered fall semester
FIN 440 - usually offered spring semester
MGT 360 - usually offered both semesters
plus any two courses from the following: ECO 311, 375, 440; FIN 477: MKT 440, 445: MGT 408, 430, 431, 484: up to 3 cr. international internship; up to 3 cr. independent study.
The second business major would also be completed over the junior and senior years. Students choose from Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing. Students may not double count more than three credits from the IB major with their second business major.