International Business Program
International Business Concentration
Concentration in International Business
The International Business Concentration offers business majors an opportunity to add an international component to their degree program. It provides basic information to students to help them gain entry into international business positions.
The International Business Concentration will provide business students with detailed information about the functions of business that play an important role in the international business arena.
Students must complete each course in the concentration with a grade of “C-” or better. The courses cannot be taken pass/fail. Some courses in the concentration have prerequisites which must be satisfied. These prerequisites do not count toward the completion of the concentration. A course applied to a student’s major degree program cannot be applied toward the International Business Concentration requirements. A student must complete at least thirteen (13) upper-division semester hours in courses applied toward the International Business Concentration in residency at MSU Denver.
Students must select 12 semester hours from the following courses, with no more than two courses in a single prefix. At least one course must be MGT 3820 or MKT 3710. (Courses have prerequisites that must be satisfied.)