The bachelor of arts degree with a major in international business is designed for students wanting to double major in international business and another field of interest. Students selecting the international business major - B.A. are strongly urged to participate in the study abroad and language study programs offered through Dominican University.
Course work completed during a student’s study abroad program may be substituted for the major courses, if approved by the Department Chair.
International Studies or Modern Foreign Language Courses:
Fifteen credit hours:
Students must complete at least five additional courses, which must be approved by the international business advisor. These courses may focus either on advanced modern foreign languages proficiency (200-level or above), or on history, political science, sociology, or other areas, that have a contemporary, global/international focus.
A minimum of one-half the courses in the major field must be completed at Dominican.
Students majoring in international business are advised to complete MATH 130 or MATH 170 to satisfy the mathematics foundation requirement.
† Credit-hour requirements reflect the number of credits earned by students who complete all major requirements at Dominican University. These totals may be reduced due to transfer-hour totals.