Online Bachelor of Science in General Business Administration with a concentration in International Business
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Elevate Your Career Opportunities in the International Marketplace
The online Bachelor of Science in General Business Administration with a concentration in International Business is offered through LSU Shreveport. This program prepares you for careers in all fields of business, and you will be able to identify how global issues affect decision-making in the business environment. Graduates will be able to meet any of their professional goals in a wide variety of industries.
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Cost Online International Business Administration
Our B.S. in General Business Administration with a Concentration in International Business online program offers the same affordable, pay-by-the-course tuition to all U.S. residents.
Total credit hours per program: 120 credit hours
Cost per credit hour: $284
Total cost with fees and maximum amount of credits allowed to transfer into the program: $8,515.50
Total cost with fees, no transfer credits, and no financial aid: $34,062*
*Cost per credit hour and fees are subject to change. Exact fees may vary by program. Please consult an Enrollment Coach for the final program cost.
Course Listings Online International Business Administration
For your B.S. in General Business Administration with a Concentration in International Business online degree, you will complete 30 credit hours of business core course work, 12 credit hours of GBA major electives, 12 credit hours of International Business electives, and 66 additional business, general education, and other approved elective credit hours.*
Your personal credit requirements could be less depending on transferable credits and credit earned from prior learning assessments.
Business Core Courses
Students must take the following courses (30 credit hours).
|Core Courses||Credit Hours|
|ACCT 205: Introductory Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 206: Introductory Managerial Accounting||3|
|BLAW 280: Legal Environment of Business||3|
|FIN 301: Managerial Finance||3|
|ISDS 265: Business Statistics||3|
|ISDS 350: Information Systems||3|
|ISDS 383: Decision Sciences and Operations Management||3|
|MADM 301: Principles of Management||3|
|MADM 480: Administrative Policy||3|
|MKT 301: Principles of Marketing||3|
|Total Required Credit Hours||30|
General Business Administration Major Electives
Students must choose four 300-400 level Business Administration electives from the following areas of study: ACCT, BLAW, ECON, FIN, ISDS, MADM, and MKT. In total, no more than three courses may be from a single area of study, for combined electives in both General Business Major Electives and International Business Electives.
International Business Electives
Students who have chosen the International Business Concentration must take 4 of the following courses (12 credit hours).
MADM 360 is required as one of the 4 courses.
|MADM 360: Introduction to International Business (required)||3|
|BLAW 420: International Law||3|
|ECON 460: International Economics||3|
|FIN 440: International Finance||3|
|MADM 423: International Human Resource Management||3|
|MKT 440: International Marketing||3|
|Total Required Credit Hours||12|
In addition to the program's outlined courses, you must satisfy the following course requirements:
Note: ECON 201 and ECON 202 are included in the business core but also count towards the general education requirement.
*Based on 120 credit hours needed for graduation and will vary based on number of transfer credits accepted.
Admission Requirements Online International Business Administration
The admission process is the first step toward earning your degree and achieving your personal goals. We’ve streamlined the process to help you get started quickly and easily. LSUS offers multiple options to qualify for admission to undergraduate programs. Please find the option below that matches your admission type.
- Completion or on track to complete the Board of Regents High School Core curriculum
- 2.0 cumulative High School GPA (on 4.0 scale)
- An ACT English sub-score greater than or equal to an 18 (SAT Critical Reading 450) AND an ACT Math sub-score greater than or equal to a 19 (SAT Math 460)
- Cumulative CORE curriculum GPA of at least 2.0 (on 4.0 scale) OR An ACT composite score of at least 20 or an SAT combined Critical Reading and Math score of 940
- Meet the in-state student requirements
- Completion of at least 17 of the 19 units of the Louisiana Board of Regents High School Core Curriculum
- 2.0 cumulative High School GPA (on 4.0 scale)
- ACT composite score of at least 20 OR an SAT combined Critical Reading and Math score of 940, with ACT sub-scores
- ACT composite score of at least 23 or an SAT combined Critical Reading and Math score of 1050 AND ATC subscores of at least 18 in English and 19 in Math (or SAT equivalents)
Age 25 and Older
- Must have high school transcripts or proof of high school graduation sent to the Admissions Office but not required to meet the Board of Regents' minimum admission criteria for first-time freshmen.
- Must meet the standardized test score requirements set for traditional first-time freshmen. This is determined by ACT, SAT, COMPASS, or placement tests.
Note: If the math ACT/SAT sub-score is met and the English sub-score is within three points of the needed sub-score and all of the above requirements are met, a student could be admissible to LSUS. Additionally, if the English sub-score is met and the Math sub-score is within three points of the required sub-score the student could be admissible.
- Earned at least 18 college-level academic hours.
- Be eligible to return to the institution from which he or she is transferring
- 2.0 GPA on all college-level course work attempted
- Completed a college-level English and a college-level mathematics course with at least a "C" grade
- Students with less than 18 college-level academic hours must meet all other transfer requirements and admission standards for a first time freshman.
Note: Applicants are required to submit all transcripts to the LSUS Admissions Office for an admissions decision. The LSUS Registrar's Office will review all transcripts and determine the LSUS Equivalency. The LSUS Academic Department determines which credits apply to the degree.
Official transcripts, official test scores, and other materials that come from third-party sources should be mailed to:
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Shreveport, LA 71115
Transcripts may also be submitted via secure means—e.g., eSCRIP-SAFE—to email@example.com.
Career Opportunities Online International Business Administration
- Human Resources Manager
- Marketing Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Trade Specialist
- Product Manager
- Global Economist
- Policy Analyst
Accreditation Online International Business Administration
The College of Business at Louisiana State University Shreveport is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). Less than 5 percent of all business schools worldwide meet AACSB International's demanding standards.
What Will I Learn? Online International Business Administration
When you choose to enroll in this degree program, you will learn the critical thinking skills necessary for organizational decision-making in any managerial role. You can also tailor your degree to your interests and professional goals by choosing major electives pertaining to accounting, economics, finance, statistics, business law, marketing, management, and more.
In the Online International Business Administration program, students will:
- Devise solutions and strategies that bridge the gap between theory and practice in an international setting
- Develop an understanding of global business in economics, international law, marketing, and finance
- Understand the structure and functions of the legal institutions of different countries and how they relate to international business
- Know how to review international contracts, interpret regulations of international trade, international business relationships, international conflicts, and international commercial transactions
- Apply marketing knowledge and skills to an international environment, and be able to apply international marketing terminology, tools, and concepts in real-world business settings