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International Business Concentration (18 units)
Course Number Course Name Unit(s)

MKTG 4700

International Marketing

3

MKTG 4760

Strategic Issues in International Business

3

MGMT 4050

Managing Across Borders

3

Three units of an approved foreign language. *   3
Six units chosen from one of the following three regional focus areas:   6
Asia Regional Focus Area:    

ANTH 3703R

Asian Cultures

 

ANTH 3704R

Anthropology of the Middle East

 

CAL 3750

Exploring the World of Islam through Literature

 

FIN 3555

Business and Asian Culture

 

HIST 4350

World War II in the Pacific

 

CAL 3888

Asian Humanities in a Globalized World

 

PHIL 3450

Asian Philosophy

 

PSCI 3050

East Asian Politics

 

PSCI 3080

Government and Politics of the Middle East

 

SSCI 3000

Global Issues and Perspectives

 
Up to six units of study abroad courses visiting countries in Asia.    
Any other Asia region focused course approved by the program director.    
Europe Regional Focus Area:    

HIST 5030

Europe Since 1945

 

PSCI 3040

East European Political Systems

 

PSCI 5900

Seminar in International Relations

 
Up to six units of study abroad courses visiting countries in Europe.    
Any other Europe region focused course approved by the program director.    
Latin America Regional Focus Area:    

ANTH 3701R

Cultures of Mexico and Central America

 

ANTH 3702R

Anthropology of South America

 

HIST 4650

Modern Central America

 

HIST 4660

Foreign Relations of Latin America

 

HIST 4700

Modern Latin America

 
Up to six units of study abroad courses visiting countries in Latin America.    
Any other Latin America region focused course approved by the program director.    
Total Units   18

* This program has a foreign language requirement. Students are required to take three units in a foreign language. Students may select courses in any of the following languages offered at CSUSB: Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, American Sign Language, Cahuilia, Luiseño, and Serrano. Additional foreign languages may be approved by the Chair of the Department of Marketing. Courses must not be taught in English. Students wishing to take 3 units in a foreign language not offered at CSUSB may request approval from the Chair of the Department of Marketing.”