Major requirements

Examine how business organisations operate in an international environment. You will gain an understanding of the development and implementation of strategy, managerial activities and organisational issues.

International Business major requirements


Students enrolled pre-2012

75 total points from:

  • 15 points: INTBUS 202.
  • 15 points: INTBUS 201, 210, 211.
  • 30 points: INTBUS 300-307.
  • 15 points: INTBUS 301-307, 310-313, BUSINESS 304, 328.

Students enrolled from 2012

30 points from:  
Course Title Prerequisite
INTBUS 201 Foundations of International Business BUSINESS 102 or MGMT 101, and ECON 101 and 111, or 191
INTBUS 202 Foundations of Strategy BUSINESS 102 or MGMT 101
15 points from:  
Course Title Prerequisite
INTBUS 300 Firms Across Frontiers INTBUS 201 or 210 or 211
15 points from:  
Course Title Prerequisite
INTBUS 305 Governing International Business BUSINESS 200 or INTBUS 201 or 210 or 211
INTBUS 306 Global and Regional Business BUSINESS 200 or INTBUS 201 or 210 or 211
INTBUS 307 International Management and Strategy INTBUS 201 or 202 or 210 or 211
15 points from:  
Course Title Prerequisite
INTBUS 305 Governing International Business BUSINESS 200 or INTBUS 201 or 210 or 211
INTBUS 306 Global and Regional Business BUSINESS 200 or INTBUS 201 or 210 or 211
INTBUS 307 International Management and Strategy INTBUS 201 or 202 or 210 or 211
INTBUS 308 Special Topic INTBUS 201 or 202 or 210 or 211
BUSINESS 304 Strategic Management At least 30 points at Stage II and at least 15 points at Stage III in Management, International Business or Innovation and Entrepreneurship
BUSINESS 328 Special Topic 30 points in Management, International Business or Innovation and Entrepreneurship
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Complementary subjects


Subjects which complement an International Business major are:

  • Economics
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Geography
  • Languages
     
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Suggested combinations for majors and non-majors


If you are interested in a particular area of International Business such as international strategy or international business and policy, or simply want to take International Business courses to complement a different major, our Business Student Advisers will be able to suggest the best combination of courses to meet your needs.

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