Granted By: Indiana University
Academic Unit: IU Kelley School of Business
Degree(s): Bachelor of Science in Business
Overview: **Intl. Studies as Second Major only** In response to new and dynamic patterns of international business, American business firms have progressed far beyond the comparatively simple stage of import-export operations. Many companies are becoming multinational, with production units in numerous foreign countries. Private enterprise in the United States has become more intimately concerned with the economic, political, and social trends of foreign nations. The Kelley School of Business has recognized these developments in its global business programs. All students may elect two courses dealing with the general problems involved in international business: BUS D301 and D302. They also may participate in overseas programs, which offer students an opportunity to see firsthand the problems treated in the course of study, as well as to enhance their language facility. The unique feature of this concentration is that it is not a "stand-alone" concentration. It is designed as a second major available only to admitted Kelley School of Business students as a supplement to their first major.