Students in the BSIB program complete in-depth study of international business, take courses in the principal fields of business, and choose a concentration in a functional area of business. BSIB students also choose a program track, which determines the country where they will spend their expatriate year and the language they will study.
Students are required to take up to 6 courses in their chosen language, depending on how much prior instruction they've had. Students are tested when they enter the program and are placed at the appropriate level.
Students must choose one concentration from the following seven areas, each of which requires four courses:AccountingEntrepreneurshipFinanceManagementManagement Information SystemsMarketingSupply Chain Management
Students begin with up to three open elective courses. The actual number of electives that students take depends on the amount of transfer and Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate credit they have. Open electives may be used for custom degree options such as a second concentration, a dual degree, a minor, or any course or set of courses of interest.*Only students who matriculate to the D'Amore-McKim School of Business as freshmen will take INTB1202. Internal and external transfers will replace this course with a business elective.
Please see the BSIB section of the current Undergraduate Catalog for specific course details of the program.
BSIB Attendance Pattern
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