The College of Business offers several international business courses. There are also many international courses available in other departments. Together these courses allow a student to concentrate his or her electives on international topics and thus to create his or her own focus on international business issues. The College of Business does not offer a degree in international business at this time.
For a detailed schedule of class meetings times, go the MSU-Bozeman Schedule of Classes.
International Business Courses
Introduction to Global Markets (MKTG 242 -- 3 credits)
Taught in both fall and spring semesters, this course has no prerequisites and is an excellent introduction to global business issues. Course satisfies both the Social Sciences and the Multicultural/Global core requirement.
Cultural Dimensions of International Business (MGMT 245 -- 3 credits)
This course, which is taught only in the spring semester, offers students a framework for understanding how cultures differ and how those differences affect doing business in other countries. The course has no prerequisites, and satisfies both the Social Sciences and the Multicultural/Global core requirement.
International Marketing (MKTG 441 -- 3 credits)
Topics include the international marketing concerns of all types of companies including international start-up operations, the international concerns of the beginning marketer, and issues confronting giant global marketers. Offered Spring semester only. Prerequisite is BUS 341.
International Management (MGMT 464 -- 3 credits)
Taught only in the spring semester, this course focuses on the challenges posed to managers by the global context, including the elements of the international environment and their effects on management practices. Prerequisites are Bus 301 and senior standing.
Other colleges and departments at MSU-Bozeman offer a large variety of courses related to international issues. These courses include:
|ANTH 326||Language and Culture|
|ART 203||Renaissance through Modern Art History|
|ART 405||Arts of Africa|
|ECON 314||International Economics|
|ECON 317||Economic Development|
|ECON 393||Comparative Economic Systems|
|ENGL 216||Survey of British Literature I|
|ENGL 217||Survey of British Literature II|
|ENGL 311||World Literature|
|GEOG 105||World Geography|
|GEOG 201||Human Geography|
|HIST 115||History of Japan|
|HIST 305||Modern Mexico|
|HIST 326||20th Century Europe|
|HIST 334||Modern Britain|
|HIST 361||Civilization of France|
|HIST 362||Modern Germany|
|HIST 374||Modern China|
|HIST 375||Modern South Asia|
|HIST 410||Latin American Social History|
|HIST 460||European Intellectual History|
|HIST 467||Women in Asia|
|JS 340||Comparative Justice|
|MTA 218||International Film and Television|
|MUS 311||Music History: Classical through 20th Century|
|MUS 312||World Music|
|PHIL 220||Philosophies of Asia|
|POLS 241||Introduction to International Relations|
|POLS 331||Comparative Democracy|
|POLS 333||Politics of Development (next offered Spring 2001)|
|POLS 352||Comparative Public Policy|
|POLS 402||International Law|
|POLS 403||International Organizations|
|RELS 202||Asian Religions|
|SOC 308||Population Problems|
|MSU Department of Modern Languages also offers courses in French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Arabic.|