As more and more companies throughout the world have become multinational, they increasingly need executives who can deal effectively with organizational problems in an international framework. The International Business program is designed to meet these needs. As students complete this degree, they may elect to transfer from one international campus to another to benefit from interactions with various cultures including the social, economic and political conditions associated with business practices in different countries.
You must hold an Official High School transcript indicating your date of graduation, or official GED transcript.
You can also provide proof of completion of secondary education if you have studied outside of the United States or the American educational system. Examples may include the Abitur, Selectividad, Baccalauréat, International Baccalaureate (IB) “O” and “A”- level exam results.
You must send the enrollment agreement signed.
Proof of your English proficiency is required:
TOEFL IBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language): minimum score of 80.
TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) minimum score of 650.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) minimum score of 6.0.
CAMBRIDGE FCE (First Certificate in English) grade of “B” (B2 level) or higher -Cambridge Advanced (CAE) or Proficiency (CPE) preferred.
Duolingo English Exam: score of at least 95 for all programs.
If you have successfully graduated from the Tampa Language Center with a Level 6 program, you are eligible for admission.
Verification proof may be waived if you are a student who has graduated from a secondary school where English is the language of instruction or the country´s official language.
Required General Education Courses:
European History – Napoleonic Period to Present
Beginning Foreign Language 2
English Composition: Expository Writing
Introduction to International Relations
English: Research and Writing
Science and Society
Introduction to Political Science
Required core courses:
Applications of Computers
International Business Policy
Introduction to International Business
Introduction to Sustainable Development
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
International Trade & Finance
Human Resources Management
Principles of Business Law
Entrepreneurship & New Venture
Selected Topics in International Relations
Case Studies in Marketing
European Banking and Finance
Economies of Developing Countries
Selected topics in International Business
Leadership and Management Planning Technique
Resources and the Environment
Monetary Theory and Comparative Banking Systems
Intermediate Economic Theory
European History to 1815
The European Union
Intermediate Foreign Language 1 (or any 200 – 400 level Elective)
Intermediate Foreign Language 2 (or any 200 – 400 level Elective)
Career Areas: Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Investment, and Development
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