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International Management
Modern Languages and Literatures

International Management Major

The major in International Management is offered jointly with the Department of Economics and Business and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. It consists of six courses in each department and includes a semester-long program of study in a country where French, German or Spanish  is spoken as a primary language.   Students  will consult with advisors to choose programs abroad that compliment the programmatic focus. All students interested in this major should consult with Professors James P. West and Carmen Ferrero (Spanish), Joanne McKeown (French), or Axel Hildebrandt (German).  

There is no minor offered in International Management.

 

The Major in International Management

 

Management Requirements (6 courses)

ECON 152 

Principles of Economics 

ACCT 157

Financial Accounting

ECON 236

International Economics

MGMT 223

Management and Organizational Theory

MGMT 333

International Issues in Management 

MGMT Controlled Elective

MGMT 231: Managerial Finance or

MGMT 251: Marketing Management or

MGMT 253: Human Resource Management

Modern Language Requirements (6 courses)

 

Spanish

(non-native speaker)

Spanish

(heritage speaker)

French 

German 

Language Course

SPAN 110: Introductory Spanish III

 

FREN 110: Introductory French III 

GERM 110: Introductory German III

Language Course

SPAN 120: Spain: Crossroads Civilization (non-native speakers) 

SPAN 125: Spanish for Heritage Speakers

   
 

Lit and Culture

SPAN 210: Introduction to Hispanic Culture: Islamic Spain to the Colonial Period

and

SPAN 215:  Hispanic Literature and Culture: The Enlightenment to the Present in Latin America.

SPAN 210: Introduction to Hispanic Culture: Islamic Spain to the Colonial Period

and

SPAN 215:  Hispanic Literature and Culture: The Enlightenment to the Present in Latin America.

FREN 210: Multi-Modal Francophone Texts 

and

FREN 215: Multi-Modal Francophone Texts 

and

FREN 290: Doing Business with the French and Francophone Worlds

TWO of the following:

GERM 210: German Culture: Art & Culture

GERM 215: German Culture Lit & Film

GERM 241: Introduction to German Literature or equivalent

200 level elective 

 

Another 200 level course

 

Elective course above 215

During

Study abroad

200 or 300 level course during study abroad, in consultation with your advisor

200 or 300 level course during study abroad, in consultation with your advisor

200 or 300 level course during study abroad, in consultation with your advisor

200 or 300 level course during study abroad, in consultation with your advisor

300 level elective

Elective after study abroad

Elective after study abroad

Elective after study abroad

Elective after study abroad