International Business

College of Business
IBUS 300. Principles of International Business. 3 credits.
The student is introduced to all aspects of operating a business in the international arena, including basic concepts in international organization, marketing, management, finance, law and accounting, and the cultural and historical impact of the country on methods for conducting business. Prerequisite: ECON 201 and ECON 202.
IBUS 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: Senior standing and permission of instructor(s).
IBUS 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. Prerequisite: GPA of 2.8, recommendation of the instructor and approval of the program director prior to registration.
IBUS 494. International Business Practicum. 3-6 credits.
A course available to juniors, seniors and special students which would give the student an opportunity to work in and with an organization both in the U.S. and abroad in order to gain insight into the practical side of modern international business operations. Prerequisite: Approval of director of international business and student's major department head.
IBUS 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. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.
IBUS 499. Honors. 6 credits. Year course.
See catalog description entitled "Graduation With Distinction" and "Graduation With Honors."

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1996-97 Undergraduate Catalog
Last reviewed: 30 November 1996
Information Publisher: Division of Academic Affairs
James Madison University