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Dearborn University Consortium Center
BS Degree in Business Administration - International Business
International Business develops ability to meet the challenges of the global business environment, focusing on identification of, and development of appropriate solutions for, challenges that are unique to the global economy. Upper level courses develop understanding of international business. Students will participate in an approved international experience such as study abroad, work or internships.
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Distribution Manager—International Products Division
Courses taken at Henry Ford Community College
BAC 131 Principles of Accounting
BAC 132 Principles of Accounting
BCA 140 Software Applications
BEC 151 Macroeconomics
BEC 152 Microeconomics
BLW 253 Business Law
SPC 131 Fundamentals of Speaking
MATH 115 College Algebra
MATH 141 Introduction to Statistics
BBA 131 Introduction to Business
BBA 231 Business Office Communications
BBA 252 Principles of Marketing
BBA 254 Logistics & Supply Chain Mgt
MGT 230 Principles of Management
MGT 232 Human Resource Management
Lab Science requirement
* Electives from HFCC should be selected in consultation with LSSU advisor; choose three electives that deal with other cultures, societies, economies, political systems or language.
Courses taken at Lake Superior State University
BUSN 355 Business Law II
BUSN 466 Business Policy
FINC 341 Managerial Finance
MGMT 380 Leadership
MGMT 464 Organization Behavior
INTB 389 Competing in the Global Marketplace
INTB 420 International Comparative Management
INTB 425 International Business Law
INTB 486 International Marketing
**Examples of approved international experiences include study abroad, work experiences or internships
Fisheries and Wildlife Mgmt...
Fisheries and Wildlife
"The opportunity at LSSU to do research is amazing. This past summer I motored through coves and islands with Prof. Garvon surveying water birds for the affects of pollution. I spent the other part of my summer on the shore of Lake Superior monitoring nests of the endangered Piping Plover."
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