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International Business

IB 294. Internship Abroad. 3 credits.
A course providing students an opportunity to work in an organization abroad in order to gain insight into the practical side of modern business operations.

IB 298. Special Topics in International Business. 3 credits.
The course is designed to allow exploration of current topics in international business. Course content will vary. See program director for current content.

IB 480. International Business Theory and Policy. 3 credits.
The course is designed to serve as an application of theory for business students to allow them to put the total picture of international business together. Prerequisite: IB major, senior standing.

IB 490. Special Studies in International Business. 1-3 credits.
Designed to give capable students in international business an opportunity to complete independent study under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: GPA of 2.8, recommendation of the instructor and approval of the director prior to registration.

IB 494. International Business Internship. 3 credits.
A course providing students an opportunity to work in and with an organization in order to gain insight into the practical side of modern international business operations. Prerequisites: IB major, completion of 85 credit hours and COB 300, minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and approval of director of International Business program prior to registration.

IB 498. Special Topics in International Business. 3 credits.
An advanced course designed to allow exploration of current topics in international business. Course content will vary. See the program director for current content. Prerequisites: COB 300 and permission of the instructor.

IB 499. Honors. 6 credits.
See catalog section “Graduation With Honors.”

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