Second Major Requirements
Major: Global Business
Required Credits: 40
I. Primary Major Requirement
Global Business is offered as a second major only. Students may pursue Global Business after declaring and being admitted into one of the College of Business' primary major programs of Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, or Marketing (see admission requirements for all College of Business majors).
II. Core Requirement
|I. Core Requirement|
|FIN 320||Principles of Finance||3|
|MGMT 320||Foundations of Management||3|
|MRKT 320||Foundations of Marketing||3|
|MIS 320||Management Information Systems||3|
|BUSN 430||Legal and Social Environment of Business||3|
|BUSN 340||International Business||3|
|BUSN 489||Strategic Management||3|
|Complete 3 courses from the following:||9|
|International Business Law|
|II. Language Proficiency Requirement 1||3-14|
|III. Study Abroad Requirement 2 & 3|
|BUSN 341||Global Business Environment||3|
|or BUSN 379||Study Tour Abroad|
|or BUSN 394||Individual Study|
|or BUSN 492||Study Abroad|
|or UNIV 492||Study Abroad|
A second year, college-level language proficiency is required. Completion of any 300 or 400 level language course with a grade of B or higher will also fulfill this requirement. For non-native English speakers, completion of any 300 or 400 level ENGL course (this includes ENGL 320) with a grade of B or higher will fulfill this requirement.
The second year, college-level language proficiency courses include:
(Prefix) 101: First Year Language I
(Prefix) 102: First Year Language II
(Prefix) 201: Second Year Language I
(Prefix) 202: Second Year Language II
The intent of BUSN 341 is to ensure that students participate in a study abroad experience that includes an academic component related to the country where the study abroad takes place. In addition to BUSN 341, a student may take a Study Tour (Prefix 379) which is an NDSU faculty directed experience or field study in a foreign country, or BUSN 394: Individual Study (Global Business Environment) or BUSN or UNIV 492. If students complete a BUSN/UNIV 492 study abroad experience, which requires the student to study abroad for at least 12 weeks at an international institution, as part of this experience, at least one course must be approved by business faculty to satisfy 3 credits. A substitution form will be necessary to file the study abroad credit with the Office of Registration and Records.
International students who are enrolled at NDSU will not be required to complete a study abroad experience. Instead, students must complete one of the following North American history courses: HIST 382, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 429, 431, 434, 436, 437, or 476. This history course will substitute for the BUSN 341 "Global Business Environment or equivalent study abroad course" in the program requirement.
Course Suggestions: While not required, students are encouraged to take either ANTH 111 (Introduction to Anthropology) or COMM 216 (Intercultural Communication) as a general education cultural diversity requirement option. Students will also benefit from taking GEOG 161 (World Regional Geography) as an elective.