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International Business

INTBUS-BAS


Dr. Greg Nenstiel, Director, Curriculum and Program Management, EPI (727) 791-2433

Dr. Patricia Hanrahan, Academic Chair, College of Business, CL (727) 791-2735

 

 

This unique program is intended for students who are interested in leading, supervising and managing multinational businesses and operations. Students will receive training in multi-cultural business implications, thereby increasing their value and competitiveness in the international marketplace. Students who complete this innovative program will be prepared to gain international employment in a variety of industries such as banking, consulting, international trade, and information technology. 


Admissions Checklist

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APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20132/0480 (BEGINNING 12/14/2013) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~


College of Business


UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
Admission requires completion of an A.S. Degree of sixty (60) credits in a business discipline (View Acceptable AS Degrees) and the state-mandated prerequisites listed below.

For A.S. degree holders, an additional 15-21 general education credits are required to complete the thirty-six (36) credit hour general education requirement of St. Petersburg College. Visit General Education Requirements for details. All students must fulfill the state-mandated prerequisites listed below. Please note that total program hours may vary. Consult the assigned baccalaureate specialist or advisor for any additional questions. International Business Advising Request


GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER REQUIRED IN ALL COURSES

State Mandated International Business Prerequisites
ACG 2021 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
ACG 2071 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3
*CGS 1100     COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3
*ECO 2013      PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3
ECO 2023 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3
*1MAC 2233     APPLIED CALCULUS I 3
STA 2023 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 3
*Applies towards general education requirements
1Students can also take MAC 2311 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I. Students selecting this option should contact an advisor.

NOTE: Students with an A.A. degree or unrelated A.S. degree must fulfill the state-mandated prerequisites listed above and an additional 15 credits in business support courses at the lower division 1000 and 2000 level as outlined in the Admissions Checklist.
BUSINESS SUPPORT COURSES (15 credits)
Any lower division courses (1000 or 2000 level) with the MAN prefix
Any lower division courses (1000 or 2000 level) with the MAR prefix
Any lower division courses (1000 or 2000 level) with the FIN prefix
Any lower division courses (1000 or 2000 level) with the GEB prefix
INR 2002       International Relations
Any lower division courses (1000 or 2000 level) with the BUL prefix
FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
Intermediate level foreign language proficiency as prescribed by the program.
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REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES (33 credits) - Grade of C or higher required
BUL 3322 LEGAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3
ETI 3647 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3
**FIN 3403       FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3
GEB 3213 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION FOR PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVENESS 3
MAN 3303 MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP PRACTICES 3
MAN 3504 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 3600 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3
MAN 4102 MANAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY 3
MAR 3802 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3
MAR 4424 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3
MAN 4570 INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT AND OUTSOURCING 3
** Must be taken within the first 12 upper division hours of the program.

REQUIRED FINAL COURSE (3 credits) / LAST SEMESTER FOR ALL STUDENTS
MAN 4934 SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3

ELECTIVES: Select 9 credits
ETI 3116 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 3
FIN 4634 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 3
ISM 4301 INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN INDUSTRY 3
MAN 3503 MANAGERIAL RISK ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING 3
MAN 3593 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 3802 PRINCIPLES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3
MAN 4061 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3
MAN 4583 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 4625 MANAGING GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES 3
MAN 4935 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 3
MAR 4413 SALES, NEGOTIATING AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT 3
MAR 4613 MARKETING RESEARCH 3
QMB 3200 QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS 3

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

120
NOTE: If you have not completed two consecutive years of the same foreign language in high school or 8 credits in college, you will need to complete 8 credits of foreign language before completing the B.A.S. program. This is in addition to the intermediate foreign language requirement. Please contact the department to see how you can meet this requirement.

C&I 4/26/2013~ BOT 8/20/2013