Specific entry-level course in language will be determined after results of language placement test are received. Students interested in completing a Spanish minor should speak with the Modern Language Department regarding the specific Spanish minor language level requirements.
Refrain from fulfilling the Western Cultural Heritage, Non-Western Cultural Heritage or Creative Expression requirements of the core before going abroad. This suggestion is because an International Business major could take some of the courses in these core areas during the study-abroad period.
If a student has an interest in accounting, he or she should enroll in the beginning accounting course (AC 101 ) in the first year.
Normally, by the junior year, a major in International Business chooses one of the following as an area of concentration: Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, or Marketing.
International students are not required to take foreign language courses for their International Business major. However, students are required to take an Ancient or Modern Language to satisfy their core Power of Language - Other requirement.
EC 101 or EC 102 will fulfill both the International Business major requirement and the Social Sciences core requirement.
PS 150 or PS 245 will fulfill both the International Business major requirement and the Non-Western Cultural Heritage core requirement.
MA 251 will fulfill both the International Business major requirement and the Mathematics core requirement.
BA 270 and BA 271 should be taken in the second year. Students should take BA 270 in the fall and BA 271 in the spring.
For a suggested Four-Year Plan for the International Business major, visit www.etown.edu/depts/business/advising/four-year-int-business.aspx.