The following schools offer degrees in International Business. Other universities like CSU Northridge, Los Angeles, Long Beach and  as well as USC and Woodbury offer this major as an option under the Business Administration major. Pepperdine University and Mount St. Mary’s College also offer this major. The UCLA undergraduate major in Economics/International Area Studies provides analytical training in reference to socioeconomic phenomena and provides an excellent theoretical background for those pursuing graduate education in economics, law, management, public administration, journalism, social welfare, architecture and urban planning, and education. This major is especially useful to those who plan careers in international business or government service.

CSU Long Beach
Impacted major
ACCTG 101 and 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112, 136
CS/IS 101 or 102
Two years (4 semesters or 6 quarters) at the
baccalaureate level of one of the following languages:
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish. Under individual,
special circumstances, the  Director of the International Business Option may approve a language other than
those listed above to satisfy the language requirement
for a degree in the option. Choice of the language will determine the country or geographic area of the world
about which the student must study a minimum of 2
courses (6 units)

Cal Poly Pomona
Business Administration - International Business
BUSAD 120
ACCTG 101 or (105 and 106), 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112, 136
CS/IS 101 or 115

CSU Los Angeles
Business Administration
ENGL 104 - University requirement
ACCTG 101, 102
BUS AD 120
CS/IS 101
ECON 101, 102
MATH 136

CSU Dominguez Hills
Business Administration
ACCTG 101, 102
BUSAD 120
ECON 101, 102
CS/IS 101
POL SCI 103
MATH 136

San Diego State
All options in the Business Administration major are impacted. minimum GPA 2.9
Required courses for all options
ECON 101 and 102
MATH 136
The following options require additional coursework
French and North America
Complete one of the following
HIST 117
POL S 105 and 106

Spanish and Latin America
Spanish and Western Europe
SPAN 101

Spanish and North America
SPAN 101
Complete one of the following
HIST 117
POL S 105 and 106

University of Southern California
International Relations Global Business
Requires a third semester of a foreign language
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112


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