This concentration helps students examine the global dimensions of business, finance, and manufacturing and their impact on daily life and on local, national, and international politics. Students are also encouraged to consider alternative practices for enabling more socially equitable market outcomes and sustainable development.

Core Courses
GS 200GLOBAL SYSTEMS AND CULTURES3
GS 400RESEARCH PROJECT & PORTFOLIO3
Foreign Languages (all WLC courses must be from the same language).
WLC 201FINTERM FOREIGN LANG:FRENCH3
or WLC 201A INTERM FOREIGN LANG I: ARABIC
or WLC 201G INTERM FOREIGN LANG:GERMAN
or WLC 201J INTERM FOREIGN LANG: JAPANESE
or WLC 201R INTERM FOREIGN LANG:RUSSIAN
or WLC 201S INTERM FOREIGN LANG:SPANISH
WLC 202FINTERM FOREIGN LANG II:FRENCH3
or WLC 202A INTERM FOREIGN LANG II: ARABIC
or WLC 202G INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:GERMAN
or WLC 202J INTERM FORGN LANG II:JAPANESE
or WLC 202R INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:RUSSIAN
or WLC 202S INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:SPANISH
Students may replace WLC 201 and WLC 202 with WLC 301-level and above foreign language courses and are encouraged to do so.
Global Markets and Politics
Select two of the following:6
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Select two of the following:6
FOREIGN REL US TO 1920
MODERN LATIN AMERICAN
FOOD AND WORLD HISTORY
FOREIGN REL U.S. SINCE 1920
REGIONAL STUDIES
ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF GLOBALIZATION
SOCIOLOGY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Total Semester Hours24