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International Business, Associate in Science

Curriculum SOC.IBU.AS (U230A07)

This concentration is designed for transfer students with interests in international marketing, finance, economics and management.

Recommended courses:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ACC 101Financial Accounting

4 credits

ACC 105Managerial Accounting #

3 credits

BUS 161Business Law I

3 credits

CIS 101Computer Systems & Business Applications

3 credits

ECO 102Macroeconomics

3 credits

ECO 103Microeconomics

3 credits

 

ITL 101Elementary Italian I

4 credits

ITL 102Elementary Italian II #

4 credits

SPN 101Elementary Spanish I

4 credits

SPN 102Elementary Spanish II #

4 credits

OR

SPN 103Intermediate Spanish I #

4 credits

SPN 104Intermediate Spanish II #

4 credits

 

GEO 105Economic Geography

3 credits

Recommended electives:

Course NumberTitleCredits
ANT 103Cultural Anthropology

3 credits

BUS 141Introduction to Business

3 credits

MAT 110College Algebra #

3 credits

MAT 124Finite Mathematics #

3 credits

MAT 134Introduction to Calculus for Business and Social Science #

5 credits

PSC 184Global Politics

3 credits

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer college.)

GECC Note: Take one additional Humanities or Fine Arts and one additional Social and Behavioral Science course, to be eligible for the General Education Core Curriculum (GECC) Credential.

Graduation Requirements

General Education requirements:

AS degree                                                                     Subtotal: 37-41

Business courses or other electives
toward the AS degree                                    Subtotal: 19-23

General Education requirements by discipline:

  • Communications: Three courses (nine semester hours).
  • Humanities and Fine Arts: Two courses (six semester hours), with at least one course selected from Humanities and at least one course from the Fine Arts;
  • Social and Behavioral Science: two courses (six semester credits), with courses selected from at least two disciplines.

    Graduation from an Illinois college or university requires satisfactory completion of one or more courses incorporating Human Diversity, which may be taken as a Humanities and Fine Arts or Social and Behavioral Science course.

  • Mathematics: Two courses (six to nine semester hours).
  • Physical and Life Science: Three courses (10-11 semester hours), with at least one course selected from the Life Sciences and one course from the Physical Sciences and including at least one laboratory course.

Foreign Language encouraged if transferring to a four-year institution.

See BUS course descriptions.

Chairperson (Social Science): Bill Decker, Ext. 3509

Chairperson (Business): Dr. William M. Griffin, Ext. 3579