Students must take core business courses at Rollins College, although transfer students may transfer equivalent core courses at time of enrollment. Students will need to check with the appropriate department head to determine equivalence.
Please note that students may not major in International Business and minor in Business.
Students must take the ten courses listed. All of these courses must be taken at Rollins.
INB 230 Principles of Financial and Managerial Accounting
INB 300 International Business Environments
INB 337 International Marketing
INB 345 International Management & Leadership
INB 372 International Financial Management
INB 397 International Business Internship
INB 450 Global Business Strategy
INB 200 Introduction to International Business
INB 233 Economics for International Business
INB 236 Statistics for International Business
Additionally, the Q requirement must be met through INB 236 Statistics for International Business
Students must take at least two of the following courses; at least one must be at the 300-400 level.
INB 201 Technology and Global Business
INB 215 The Global Entertainment Business
INB 311/311F Asian Business Environment
INB 313 Australian Business Environment
INB 338 Global Consumer Behavior
INB 340 Globalization & Gender
INB 342 International Human Resource Mgt
INB 347 International Advertising
INB 363 Global E-Business
INB 373 International Investments
INB 374 Computational Finance
INB 377 International Real Estate
INB 390 Special Topics in International Business
Proficiency in English and at least one modern foreign language is essential to a successful career in international business. The experience of studying a foreign language is essential to developing the cultural sensitivity required for living and working outside one’s native environment. All INB majors are required to take four (4) courses or the equivalent in a modern foreign language at the intermediate or advanced level. This four-course foreign language requirement is an essential component of the International Business major.
To accommodate students with different learning styles and abilities, the foreign language study requirement may be satisfied in one of three ways.
Receiving a foreign language waiver does not reduce the total number of courses required for the International Business major (18). 'Native proficiency' students receiving such a waiver are required to take four (4) additional courses (at least two  of which must be at the 300-400 level) from the list of area studies electives in International Business. Of the four (4) courses required, up to two (2) may be appropriate courses in their native language.
The Department of International Business does not grant waivers, exemptions, or substitutions for the four-course foreign language requirement to students who do not have proficiency in English and at least one other modern foreign language.
*if not used to satisfy the INB foreign language requirement.
ANT 252 Cultures of China
ANT 254 Cultures of Japan
ANT 259 Culture and Societies of the Islamic World
ANT 315 Women in the Developing World
COM 306 Intercultural Communication
EUR 320 European Union: A Cultural Evolution
FRN 320 Introduction to French Civilization
GMN 221 Germany Today: East Meets West
GMN 392 German Cultural History
HIS 261 Modern China
HIS 263 East Asia in Modern Times
HIS 350 U.S. and China Relations
HIS 361 Contemporary China
INB 390F Latin American Business Environments: Costa Rica
LAC 200 Foundations: Latin American Culture & Society
LAC 201 Foundations: Caribbean Culture & Society
LAC 325 Women in Latin America
LAC 400 Seminar: Latin American & Caribbean Affairs
SPN 321 Spanish Life and Society
SPN 322 Latin American Life and Society
POL 302 Politics in the Third World
POL 321 The Politics of Latin America
POL 331 International Political Economy
POL 334 Political Economy of Japan
POL 384 East Asian Politics
POL 393 Vietnam Experience On-Line
ENV 292 Political Economy of Environment
AUS 262 Australian Economic & Political Systems
REL 217 Jewish Life and Thought
REL 218 Christianity: Thought & Practice
REL 219 Islam: Religion and Society
REL 230 Buddhism: Theory and Practice
ECO 254 Latin American Economies
ECO 307 International Economics
ECO 327 Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 351 Economic Development
ENV 348 Sustainable Development
ENV 365 Environment and Development in Central America
INB majors are required to complete an internship in international business (INB 397). INB majors may satisfy this requirement by (a) participating in a Rollins International Internship program (London, Spain, or Australia), (b) an approved summer internship abroad, or (c) an approved local internship in some aspect of international business. Students register for internships through the Office of Career Services.
INB majors are required to have direct international experience. This requirement may be satisfied by: (a) participating in a Rollins semester abroad program, (b) participating in an approved Rollins study abroad course, (c) by experience as an international student studying in the U.S., or (d) by extensive experience living or working abroad.
INB majors must take all core courses at Rollins (except for courses taken by transfer students prior to admission to Rollins), at least one-half of all courses for the major at Rollins (no exemption for transfer students), and at least one-half of all courses for the major at the 300-400 level.