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International Business

Department: Accounting, Business and Economics

Effective fall 2009: Any student with a business POE of any kind must take the following core courses. This requirement applies to all business POEs, including individualized ones. The core courses must appear in the POE. The courses are:

EB 131, Financial Accounting
EB 236, Managerial Accounting
EB 201, The Management Process
EB 202, Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211, Business Statistics or an approved substitute stats course
and one of the following:
EB 105, International Economic Issues
EB 222, Principles of Macroeconomics
EB 223, Principles of Microeconomics

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
FL 210 Foreign Language 3
HI
FL 220 Foreign Language 3
HI
FL 300 level Foreign Language 3 May be taken abroad HI
FL 300 level Foreign Language 3 May be taken abroad HI
PS 102 International Politics 4
SI
IS 200 Politics & Culture of Modernization 4

IC
EB 101 Introduction to Business 3
S
EB 105 International Economic Issues 3
SI
EB 131 Financial Accounting 3
S
EB 236 Managerial Accounting 4 EB 131 S CW, QM
EB 201 The Management Process 3
S
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis Organizations 4 Sophomore standing S CW
EB 222 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Sophomore standing
S
EB 223 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Sophomore standing S
EB 463 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 EB 222 SI  
EB 480 Senior Seminar in Business 3 Senior standing S

Students are required to spend at least one semester abroad, but preferably the Junior Year Abroad.
Students are encouraged to take any of the "immersion" courses offered at our exchange partner institutions.
The following courses, or their equivalents, must be taken, either abroad or at Juniata:

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 351 Marketing Management 3 EB 201 S
EB 361 Financial Management I 3 EB 131 S
EB 381 International Political Economy 3 EB 105 SI  
Total Credit Hours = 61

Students are required to satisfy the College's "Q" distribution requirement. The department suggests the following:

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 210
or
MA 130
Quantitative Business Analysis
Calculus I
3
4
Sophomore standing S
N
QM
QM
EB 211 Business Statistics 3
S QS
Notes:
Normal Start

Freshman goes directly into 200-level FL courses

Delayed start is NOT recommended.

Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four
Fall Semester EB 101 EB 201 Abroad (take an approved CA course while abroad) Upper levels & Electives

FL 210 EB 222
Natural Science course

EN 110 (4) EB 236 (4)


Fine Arts course FL 300 level



PS 102

Credit
Hours
13 16 15 15

Spring Semester
EB 131 EB 202 (4) Abroad (take an approved CA course while abroad) EB 480

EB 105 EB 223
Upper levels & Electives

FL 220 FL 300 level


Natural Science course Fine Arts Course


A "Q" course or a "QM, "QS" course CA course

Credit
Hours
15 16 15 15
Normal start

Less qualified freshman starts in 100-level FL courses.


Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four
Fall Semester EB 101 EB 201 Abroad (take an approved CA course while abroad) FL 300 level

FL 110 (4) EB 222
EB 381 and/or electives

EN 110 (4) PS 102


Fine Arts course FL 210



Natural Science course

Credit
Hours
14 15 15 15
Spring Semester EB 131 EB 202 (4) Abroad (take an approved CA course while abroad) EB 480

EB 105 EB 223
FL 300 level

FL 120 (4) FL 220
EB 463 and/or electives

Fine Arts course EB 236 (4)


A "Q" course or a "QM, "QS" course Natural Science course

Credit
Hours
16 17 15 15

Notes:

updated 6.11

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