Global Business Fellows Requirements


Languages

Students must take a minimum of 6 semesters of a modern foreign language (through advanced level) or equivalent. Students who already meet the SFS language requirement are not required to take another language. 


Pre-Requisite

Calculus I (MATH 035, AP Credit, or equivalent)


Statistics

Statistics (OPIM 172, OPIM 173, INAF 320, or GOVT 201  – as appropriate for the student’s major)


MAP OF THE MODERN WORLD

MSB students are required to complete the Map of the Modern World course. This is already a requirement for all SFS students.


Business Core (all FOUR required)
  • Principles of Marketing (MARK220)
  • Accounting I (ACCT 101)
  • Accounting II (ACCT 102)
  • Business Financial Management (FINC 211)

Economics Core (all FOUR required)
  • Microeconomics (ECON 001)
  • Macroeconomics (ECON 002)
  • International Trade (ECON 243)
  • International Finance (ECON 244)

International Business Core
  • Global Business Strategies (GBUS 413) or Business Strategies and Emerging Markets (GBUS 478) (Fellows 3rd yr. requirement)
  • Global Business Experience (BADM 290) (3 credits Fellows)

Supporting Courses
  • SFS GB Fellows (ONE from SFS list and ONE from MSB List)
  • MSB GB Fellows (TWO from SFS list)

SFS Supporting Courses
  • Outsourcing, Offshoring, and Services Trade (GBUS 402
  • Globalization: Challenges for Developed Countries (GBUS 403)
  • Global Innovation Strategy (GBUS 404)
  • Intro to International Business Diplomacy (GBUS 405)
  • International Business Operations (GBUS 407)
  • Global Business Strategies (GBUS 413)
  • Energy Sector: Structure, Markets and Regulations (GBUS 421)
  • International Financial Markets (GBUS 446)
  • Investments in Emerging Markets (GBUS 448)
  • Hedge Funds & Alternative Investments (GBUS 449)
  • Business and Investment Negotiations (GBUS 454)
  • Globalization: Risks & Investments in Emerging Markets (GBUS 458)
  • Political Economy of Cities: Latin America and Asia (GBUS 461)
  • Trade: Labor Strategy & Foreign Policy (GBUS 464)
  • Competitiveness & Public-Private Initiatives (GBUS 465)
  • Business Strategies in Emerging Markets (GBUS 478)
  • Political Economics of Trade Policy (ECON 484)
  • Entrepreneurship Startups: Practice and Theory (GBUS 491)
  • Ethical Decision Making for Global Business and Governments (GBUS 493)

MSB Supporting Courses
  • Business Law (ACCT 181)
  • Applied Financial Management (FINC 212)
  • Investment Banking (FINC 225)
  • International Finance (FINC 250)
  • International Marketing (MARK 223)
  • Global Retail Marketing (MARK 232)
  • Marketing for Global Social Change (MARK 234)
  • Management Consulting (MGMT 275)
  • Management Science ( OPIM 220)
  • Operations Management (OPIM 230)
  • Global Supply Chain Managment (OPIM 262)
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (FINC 265)
  • International Business (STRT 261)
  • Advanced International Business (STRT 270)
  • Foundations of Entrepreneurship (STRT 280)
  • Social Responsibilities of Business (STRT 282)
  • Launching the Venture (STRT 295)

Note: Study abroad courses may be petitioned to fulfill GBF requirements, subject to meeting criteria as to content and rigor.

This list is not comprehensive and not every class will be available every semester.