Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

International Business

The International Business degree is a joint degree program offered by the Trulaske College of Business and the College of Arts and Science. It incorporates foreign language, geography and cultural environment courses with core and international business courses. Students who complete this program will earn a bachelor of science in business administration (BS BA) with an emphasis area in one of the following areas (economics, finance and banking, management, or marketing) and a bachelor of arts in international studies (BA). 

The International Business major is valuable to both US and international students. Those who choose International Business will garner important skills that can be applied in international business management, employment, and international consulting. Because International Business is a dual degree it is a 136-158 hour degree program which will require 4 ½ to 5 years to complete. 

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Use the Emphasis Checksheet that corresponds with your start date:

Management/International Business Emphasis

Marketing/International Business Emphasis

Economics/International Business Emphasis

Finance/International Business Emphasis



Typical International Business Careers

Business translator, interpreter, customs broker, foreign service officer, diplomat, International marketer, or international service

For more information about the International Studies portion of this program, visit the International Studies Program.

Sample Course Sequence for BS BA/BA with an Emphasis in Management (for students starting Summer 2018)

Students can complete coursework in any number of combinations. Course sequencing and total credit hours varies by a studnet's business emphasis area and language placement. Consult with your academic advisor to select courses in a sequence that makes sense for you. If you started college prior to Summer 2018 or are pursuing another emphasis area, please visit 111 Cornell Hall for a sample course plan.

 

First Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Math 1100 (College Algebra)

3

Math 1400 (Calculus)

3

State Requirement

3

Economics 1014

3

Foreign Language I

4

English 1000

3

Humanity

3

Foreign Language II

4

Business Administration 1500

2

Behavioral Science

3

 

15

 

16

 

 

Second Year

3rd Semester

4th Semester

Math 1300 (Finite Math)

3

Statistics 2500

3

Business Administration 2500

2

Accounting 2037 (Accounting II)

3

Accounting 2036 (Accounting I) 

3

Accounting 2258

3

Foreign Language III

4

Foreign Language IV

3

Economics 1015

3

Biological or Physical Science with Lab 3

 

 

 

 

15

 

15

 

 

Third Year
5TH SEMESTER 6TH SEMESTER    
Business Administration 3500 2 Management 3000 3
Statistics 3500 3 Management 3540 3
Management 3300 3 Economics 3229 or 3251 3
Writing Intensive Business 3 Political Science 1400 or 2700 3
Foreign Language V 3 Foreign Civilization/Writing Intensive Non-Business 3
Humanity (Global Core) 3    
  17   15

 

Fourth Year
7TH SEMESTER 8TH SEMESTER    
Finance 3000 3 Management 4020 3
Marketing 3000 3 Additional Management Course 3
BA 4500 3 Additional Management Course 3
Foreign Literature 3 Arts & Science Area Support 3
Geography 1100 or 1200 3 Arts & Science Area Support 3
    Anthropology 2030 3
  15   18

 

Fifth Year
9th SEMESTER      
Management 4010 3    
Management 4030 3    
Management 4970 3    
Additional Management Course 3    
Arts & Science Area Support 3    
       
  15