Modern Language Business (B.A.)

Designed to provide the student of modern languages with a liberal arts education and a core of business courses that will open doors to a career in international business.

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the general requirements for the B.A. degree, and:

An international experience (eight week minimum). This international experience requirement will be fulfilled by completing an MLC approved study abroad program or international internship or faculty-led experience or a combination of all. This experience should take place after the student has finished language study through the intermediate (200) level. The study abroad program or the internship must receive prior approval from the student’s MLC advisor and/or MLC Validation Committee appointed by MLC chair. Shorter international experiences exceptions can be considered by MLC Validation Committee in case of extraordinary financial or family circumstances.

ACCT 201Introduction to Financial Accounting3
FLEN 307Institutions of the European Union3
or FLEN 308 European Immigration and Integration
Select one of the following:3-4
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Foundations of Economic Analysis
Select three or more courses from the following:9
Entrepreneurship
Financial Resources Management
Introduction to Management
Marketing
Managing Information
Process Management
Project Management
Select 6 credits of Business electives from the following:6
Upper-Division Business Electives
Integrated Business and Value Creation (AND Upper-Division Business Elective)
Select one modern language; elementary and intermediate:16
Chinese
French
German
Japanese
Spanish
Select 21 credits of approved upper-division courses in the same language (including one business course or approved alternative in the target language21
Total Hours61-62

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree