2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
    Dec 13, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Development, B.S. Business Administration


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Program Learning Outcomes


Students who complete the program in International Development will be able to :

  1. Demonstrate general knowledge of theories and practices in the core areas of business. 
  2. Critically analyze and apply business knowledge to solve complex business situations.
  3. Demonstrate effective business communication through both written and verbal means. 
  4. Formulate decisions informed by ethical attitudes and values.
  5. Collaborate effectively in teams.
  6. Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of International Development theories and concepts.
  7. Apply international development concepts in the comparison of approaches of decision making in for-profit and non-profit environments.
  8. Apply international development knowledge in the evaluation of similarities and differences of the economic conditions between developed and developing countries. 

Total: 28 Units


Choose Two Courses From the Following:


Total: 36 Units


Required Off Campus Program


  • A Fermanian School of Business approved semester or summer study abroad in a developing country or an approved  three (3) unit internship in a developing country is required. 
  • In addition, a comparative analysis paper associated with the study abroad or internship must be completed during the student’s final semester prior to graduation, and must meet the minimum standards of quality as determined by the Dean or his/her designee. 

Major Total: 64 Units


Recommended


Note(s):


  • ECO101 or ECO102 fulfills the general education Social World Requirement.
  • MTH173 fulfills general education Problem Solving Requirement, but MTH153 does not. 
  • PHL211 fulfills the general education Philosophy Requirement.

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