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UIW BBA | Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration | International Business

International Business Degree at UIW

Front FlagsEthical considerations in business today are critical for success. Businesses can leverage their economic power to insure socially responsible behavior in the global marketplace. International Business courses are designed to provide a broad analysis of business opportunities abroad, as well as political climates, trade barriers, government incentives, and trade practices. The curriculum emphasizes the changing world of global business.

The international business concentration is designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for international trade positions in business, governmental or other organizations involved in global trade.

International business students, other than international students who attend UIW on a student visa, must engage in a meaningful academic international experience outside the U.S as a condition of graduation. Study Abroad, study at a UIW international campus, short course-based/faculty-led programs integrated into a course for which the student is registered, and approved international internships may qualify. Other options for meeting the requirement may be proposed by the student in the semester preceding the experience, and will be considered prior to the experience on a case-by-case basis by the student's adviser.  


Curriculum – International Business

To fulfill requirements for award of a BBA in International Business, a student must complete each of the following:

A. 45 semester hours of Core Business Classes. Click here to view core business classes.

B. 18 semester hours, the student must complete the following:

  • 12 semester hours of the following courses:
Department Course Number Course Name
BINT 3355 International Banking & Finance
BINT 3361 International Marketing
BINT 4310 International Economics
BINT 4320 International Business Law
  • 6 semester hours of the following courses:
Department Course Number Course Name
BINT 3345 International Accounting
BINT 4340 International Entrepreneurship
BINT 4360 Cross Boarder Small Business Forum
BINT 4380 Importing & Exporting
BINT 4390 International Policies & Relations
BINT 4399 Special Topics

(Students may also elect to take BINT 3319: International Internship in addition to the 18 hours required for the concentration.)

Click here for the International Business 4-Year Degree Plan


 

Minor in International Business

To fulfill the requirements for a Minor in International Business, students must complete 15 hours.

A. 6 semester hours of the following courses:

Department Course Number Course Name
BINT 3331 International Business Marketing
BINT 3361 International Marketing

B. 9 semester hours from the following courses:

Department Course Number Course Name
BINT 3345 International Accounting
BINT 3355 International Banking & Finance
BINT 4310 International Economics
BINT 4320 International Business Law
BINT 4340 International Entrepreneurship
BINT 4360 Cross Boarder Small Business Forum
BINT 4380 Importing & Exporting
BINT 4390 International Policies & Relations (Study Abroad)
BINT 4399 Special Topics 


Recent International Business Graduates have found jobs as a(n);

  • Import Development Manager
  • Non-profit Organization Director
  • International Trade Specialist
  • Logistics Specialist
  • Export-Import Manager
  • International Sales Manager

The Study Abroad Experience


Enhancing the Academic Experience

The international business program encourages students to take advantage of the many on-campus student organizations and study abroad opportunities offered through the school of business. Joining an on-campus organization like the Business Club, allows business students to meet one another, seek leadership positions, and network with experienced business faculty and community leaders.

Participation in the Business Club and Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society is strongly encouraged. Through these organizations, students ply their skills while working on organization sponsored projects and events that are designed for the purpose of helping those less fortunate in the local community.

Networking with the local business community is possible through these student organizations, by attending the Mexican American Business Institute (MABI), the Free Trade Alliance, World Affairs Council, and Chamber of Commerce events, key supporters of the HEBSBA Business Plan Competition. With over 90 sister schools, UIW provides students an eclectic array of options for doing study abroad. Students have had enriching study abroad experiences in a number of exciting countries including, China, Korea, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the U.K., Korea, and Greece. View study abroad opportunities.


 

Why International Business?
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For more information, please contact:

Dr.Adesegun Oyedele
Coordinator | International Business Program
(210) 930-8010
oyedele@uiwtx.edu

 

Business programs in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration are accredited by The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. The University of the Incarnate Word is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4500, Web site: www.sacscoc.org.