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 (ECON 121, MATH 040, IPOL 320, or OPIM 173 – 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.

ADDITIONAL COURSES TO BE ADDED TO THE SUPPORTING LIST