2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
7170 Institute of International Business
6th Floor, Robinson College of Business Building
14th Floor, Robinson College of Business Building
Faculty: Boers, Cavusgil, Dakhli, Doria, Eroglu, Gu, Liu
The explosion of technological advances coupled with the rapid expansion of world trade means that business managers function in an economic environment where a local decision can have implications around the world almost immediately. An understanding of the global aspects of business is vital to success in today’s world.
Any BBA major or undergraduate Georgia State student may obtain a minor in international business. The institute offers several upper-level electives that can enhance the program of any student. IB 3090, International Business Operations; IB 4020, International Trade Management; IB 4030, China & International Business; IB 4040, Doing Business in World Regions; IB 4080, Legal Issues in International Business, IB 4100, Introduction to International Entrepreneurship and IB 4410, Study Abroad: select from a variety of international destinations. Other internationally-oriented courses may count toward the minor such as foreign languages or course work with an international focus (contact the Institute). The Institute of International Business contributes to the undergraduate program in several other ways. The Institute participates in GSU 1010, and Perspective courses, and other programs. Also, BUSA 3000, Globalization and Business Practice, is offered in Spanish.
Study Abroad Programs
The Institute promotes international learning experiences through a strong portfolio offering of study abroad programs. The study abroad programs range from two-to-three week intensive experiences to semester- and year-long programs. The programs span disciplines and geographic regions, affording students in all business disciplines the rich rewards of an international study experience. RCB currently offers programs in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hungary/Czech Republic, Italy, South Africa, Turkey, and Switzerland. Semester- and/or year-long options are available in Germany, France, Mexico, and Italy. Other locations are possible through our partner institutions. Students must be in good standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Additional requirements vary by program. For individual program descriptions and application information, consult the Institute of International Business website at iib.robinson.gsu.edu/study-abroad/.
CoursesBusiness Administration–busaInternational Business