Dec 11, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

International Economics, B.S.I.E.


About the International Economics Bachelor’s Program


The 120-hour Bachelor of Science in International Economics (B.S.I.E.) provides understanding of global economic and commercial relationships through concentrations of coursework in international economics, international politics, and international business. This understanding is important for a variety of careers with either direct or indirect international aspects.

Communication Literacy Requirement. The three required courses in the Communication Literacy plan for the B.S.I.E. are ECO 3312 , ECO 3333 , and ECO 4332 .

Requirements for the B.S. degree apply unless specifically shown to the contrary. The sample curriculum table reflects the general degree requirements for a B.S. in International Economics. For more information and academic advisement, contact the Department of Economics.

Recommended Curriculum


First Year


Fall


Total: 14


Spring


Total: 16


Second Year


Fall


Total: 16


Spring


Total: 16


Third Year


Fall


Total: 15


Spring


Total: 15


Fourth Year


Fall


Total: 15


Spring


Total: 13


Total Hours: 120


* See Arts and Sciences General Degree Requirements  for more information. 3 hours of English literature coursework will fulfill 3 hours of Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirements for B.S.I.E. degree.

Partially fulfills the Communication Literacy requirement for the B.S. degree

Foreign Language


A student must complete 6 hours at the sophomore level or above in a single language. The prerequisite for all sophomore language courses is credit for the freshman level. This credit can be determined through a credit by examination. The score attained on the exam will determine whether the student is placed in a second-year course, a 5-hour review course, or in some cases the first or second semester of a beginning (first-year) language course. See Arts and Sciences General Degree Requirements  for further explanation.

International POLS Course


Note that not all courses will be offered in a given semester.

Choose from:

IB/ME/C and Q Elective


Note that not all courses will be offered in a given semester.

Choose from the International Business, Managerial Economics, Cultural and Quantitative Tools component (in addition to MATH 2300  or MATH 2345 ). Approved courses are: