International Requirement

All undergraduate business students take nine credit hours of course work containing international content. These hours may be used to fulfill other degree requirements in a student’s program of study.

Students must complete at least nine credit hours of internationally focused content while enrolled in the Darla Moore School of Business.

At least three credit hours must be taken from Moore School courses.

Approved course work containing international business or international economics content, taken at a semester abroad program

An approved Maymester or summer overseas course containing international business or international economics content

An approved internship course in international business wherein a student would obtain discipline-related work experience in a foreign country

Up to six credit hours may be taken from courses offered inside or outside of the Moore School.

Examples of two ways that students may meet this requirement are as follows:

  1. Any two courses with international content from courses offered by the school or an approved list of courses with international content offered outside the school 
  2. Two language courses at the 200 level or above in same language 

Accounting Courses

Course Title Credits
ACCT 426International Financial Reporting3

Economics Courses

Course Title Credits
ECON 303The International Economy3
ECON 503International Trade Economics3
ECON 504International Monetary Economics3
ECON 505International Development Economics3
ECON 507Comparative Economic Systems3

International Business Courses

Course Title Credits
IBUS 301Introduction to International Business3
IBUS 401International Financial Management3
IBUS 402International Marketing3
IBUS 405International Information Systems3
IBUS 436Risk Management and Security Strategies in International Business3
IBUS 441Business in Latin America3
IBUS 443Business in Europe3
IBUS 444Business in Africa3
IBUS 421Business Anthropology3
IBUS/MGMT 405International Information Systems3
IBUS/MGMT 406International Human Resource Management3

Management Courses

Course Title Credits
MGMT 406International Human Resource Management3
MGMT 407Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Management3

Management Science Courses 

Course Title Credits
MGSC 487Global Sourcing Strategies and Application3

Suggested courses with international content

Courses offered outside the Moore School may be used to meet the credit-hour requirement:

African American Studies Courses

Course Title Credits
AFAM 438DAfrican Literature3
AFAM 438ECaribbean Literature3

Anthropology Courses

Course Title Credits
ANTH 102Understanding Other Cultures3
ANTH 208Anthropology of Globalization and Development3
ANTH 210Human Life Cycles in Different Cultures3
ANTH 211Learning Across Cultures3
ANTH 301Latin American Cultures3
ANTH 327Prehistoric Civilizations of the New World3
ANTH 331Mesoamerican Prehistory3
ANTH 350Anthropology & Development3
ANTH 351The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective3
ANTH 353Anthropology of Law and Conflict3
ANTH 355Language, Culture, and Society3
ANTH 359Theories of Culture3
ANTH 381Gender and Globalization3
ANTH 388Cultures, Pregnancy, and Birth3
ANTH 515Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures3
ANTH 556Language and Globalization3
ANTH 581Globalization and Cultural Questions3

Art Courses

Course Title Credits
ARTE 101Introduction to Art3

Art History Courses

Course Title Credits
ARTH 105History of Western Art I3
ARTH 106History of Western Art II3
ARTH 107History of Asian Art3
ARTH 313History of Roman Art3
ARTH 315History of Medieval Art3
ARTH 320History of Italian Renaissance Art3
ARTH 321History of Northern Renaissance Art3
ARTH 325History of Southern Baroque Art3
ARTH 326History of Northern Baroque Art3
ARTH 327History of 18th-Century European Art3
ARTH 345History of Asian Art3
ARTH 346African Art3
ARTH 511Etruscan Art and Archaeology3
ARTH 520History of Renaissance Painting3
ARTH 521History of Renaissance Sculpture3
ARTH 522History of Renaissance Architecture3
ARTH 523Florentine Art3
ARTH 525History of Baroque Painting3
ARTH 526History of Baroque Sculpture3
ARTH 527History of Baroque Architecture3

Biology Courses

Course Title Credits
BIOL 208Our Hungry World from Malthus to McDonalds3

 Classics Courses

Course Title Credits
CLAS 220Introduction to Classical Mythology3
CLAS 240Sport and Combat in the Ancient World3
CLAS 301Ancient Philosophy3
CLAS 302Greek and Roman Philosophy after Aristotle3
CLAS 305Greece and Rome in Film and Popular Culture3
CLAS 320Sexuality and Gender in Ancient Greece3
CLAS 321Sexuality, Gender, and Power in Ancient Rome3
CLAS 324Special Topics in Classical Humanities3
CLAS 340Greek Art and Archaeology3
CLAS 360Classical Origins of Western Medical Ethics3
CLAS 361Between Magic and Method: Ancient Medicine3
CLAS 401Greek and Latin Literature in Translation3
CLAS 469Classical Drama3
CLAS 471Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life3
CLAS 586Classical Mythology3

Comparative Literature Courses

Course Title Credits
CPLT 150Values and Ethics in Literature3
CPLT 270World Literature3
CPLT 300What is Comparative Literature3
CPLT 301Great Books of the Western World I3
CPLT 302Great Books of the Western World II3
CPLT 303Great Books of the Eastern World3
CPLT 380Epic to Romance3
CPLT 381The Renaissance3

Dance Courses

Course Title Credits
DANC 282Dance History II3
DANC 307West African Dance I3
DANC 377Historic Dance3
DANC 381Dance History3

English Courses

Course Title Credits
ENGL 270World Literature3
ENGL 283Special Topics in British Literature3
ENGL 288English Literature3
ENGL 380Epic to Romance3
ENGL 381The Renaissance3
ENGL 390Great Books of the Western World I3
ENGL 391Great Books of the Western World II3
ENGL 392Great Books of the Eastern World3
ENGL 395Classical Drama3
ENGL 400Early English Literature3
ENGL 401Chaucer3
ENGL 402Tudor Literature3
ENGL 403The 17th Century3
ENGL 404English Drama to 16603
ENGL 405Shakespeare's Tragedies3
ENGL 406Shakespeare’s Comedies and Histories3
ENGL 410The Restoration and 18th Century3
ENGL 411British Romantic Literature3
ENGL 412Victorian Literature3
ENGL 413Modern English Literature3
ENGL 415The English Novel I3
ENGL 416The English Novel II3
ENGL 471Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life3
ENGL 438DAfrican Literature3

European Studies Courses

Course Title Credits
EURO 300Introduction to European Studies3

Film and Media Studies Courses

Course Title Credits
FAMS 180Film Culture3
FAMS 300Film and Media History3
FAMS 308Global Media Industries3
FAMS 338Contemporary British Television Industry3
FAMS 360Special Topics in Global Media3
FAMS 361Middle East on Screen3
FAMS 363Hong Kong Action Cinema3
FAMS 365Screening China3
FAMS 598Special Topics in Global Film and Media3

Geography Courses

Course Title Credits
GEOG 103Introduction to Geography3
GEOG 121Globalization and World Regions3
GEOG 210Peoples, Places, and Environments3
GEOG 223Geography of Latin America3
GEOG 225Geography of Europe3
GEOG 226Geography of the Middle East3
GEOG 228Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa3
GEOG 311Cultural Geography3
GEOG 312Geography and Global Geopolitics3
GEOG 378World Tourism Geography3
GEOG 512Migration and Globalization3
GEOG 569International Development and the Environment3
GEOG 581Globalization and Cultural Questions3

Geology Courses

Course Title Credits
GEOL 110Cultural Geology3

German Courses

Course Title Credits
GERM 270Knights and Ladies3
GERM 280German Culture and Civilization3
GERM 290Viking Mythology3
GERM 295Green Technology in Germany3

Greek Courses

Course Title Credits
GREK 305The Greek New Testament3
GREK 321Plato3
GREK 322Homer3
GREK 399Independent Study3-6
GREK 501Herodotus3
GREK 502Thucydides3
GREK 533Sophocles3
GREK 534Euripides3
GREK 543Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns3
GREK 550Greek Seminar3

History Courses

Course Title Credits
HIST 101European Civilization from Ancient Times to the Mid-17th Century3
HIST 102European Civilization from the Mid-17th Century3
HIST 103Introduction to South Asian History3
HIST 104Introduction to the Civilization of the Islamic Middle East3
HIST 105Introduction to East Asian Civilization3
HIST 106Introduction to African History3
HIST 108Science and Technology in World History3
HIST 109Introduction to Latin American Civilization3
HIST 301The Ancient Near East to 323 B.C.3
HIST 302Greek History and Civilization to 146 B.C.3
HIST 303Roman Republic and Early Empire3
HIST 304Late Antiquity: Imperial Rome to Islam3
HIST 305Greece and Rome in Film and Popular Culture3
HIST 306Medieval Europe, ca. 300-14923
HIST 307Family and Society in Europe, c. 1200-17003
HIST 308Magic and Witchcraft in Europe, c. 1200-17003
HIST 309Age of Renaissance3
HIST 310Age of the Reformation3
HIST 311The Age of Absolutism, 1648-17893
HIST 312French Revolution and Napoleon3
HIST 313The Enlightenment3
HIST 316Nineteenth-Century Europe3
HIST 317Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II3
HIST 318Europe from World War II to the Present3
HIST 320The History of Great Britain I3
HIST 321The History of Great Britain II3
HIST 325Byzantine History: 4th to 11th Centuries3
HIST 326Byzantine History: 11th to 15th Centuries3
HIST 327The Crusades3
HIST 328Nineteenth-Century Britain3
HIST 329Modern and Contemporary Britain3
HIST 333France Since 18153
HIST 336Russian and Soviet Diplomatic History3
HIST 338Modern Germany3
HIST 342The Slavs in History3
HIST 343The Fall of the Eastern European Empires3
HIST 344Eastern Europe Since WWI3
HIST 347The Middle East in Modern Times3
HIST 348North Africa from Colonialism to Revolution: 1830-19623
HIST 349The Contemporary Middle East and North Africa3
HIST 351Africa to 18003
HIST 352Africa since 18003
HIST 353Problems in the History of Africa South of the Sahara3
HIST 354Modern East Asia3
HIST 355Late Imperial China3
HIST 356China Since 19493
HIST 357Japan to 1800: Aristocrats and Warriors3
HIST 358Japan since 18003
HIST 370History of Capitalism 2: From the Industrial Revolution to the Global Economy3
HIST 374Nationalism: Myth and Reality3
HIST 375Nazis and Fascists in European History, 1919-19453
HIST 376War and European Society, 1914-19453
HIST 377Business in Historical Perspective3
HIST 378Urban Experience in Modern Europe3
HIST 379Women in Modern Europe3
HIST 382History of Medicine: Antiquity to the Scientific Revolution3
HIST 383Jewish History I: Late Antiquity to 15003
HIST 384Jewish History II: 1500 to the Present3
HIST 385The Expansion of Christianity3
HIST 386Islamic Institutions and Traditions3
HIST 396Evolution of Warfare I3
HIST 397Evolution of Warfare II3
HIST 413History of Canada3
HIST 420Colonial Latin America3
HIST 421Modern Latin America3
HIST 422Social and Economic History of Latin America3
HIST 423History of Mexico3
HIST 462Southern Intellectual and Cultural History3

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management Courses

Course Title Credits
HRTM 190Special Topics in Culinary Arts1-3
HRTM 280Foundations of Tourism3
HRTM 382Travel and Tourism Law3
HRTM 537Diversity and Inclusion in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry3
HRTM 565International Lodging Management3
HRTM 580Adventure Travel Management3
HRTM 597Global Travel and Tourism3

Jewish Studies Courses

Course Title Credits
JSTU 381Jewish History I: Late Antiquity to 15003
JSTU 382Jewish History II: 1500 to the Present3
JSTU 387Jews and Muslims3
JSTU 492History of the Holocaust3

Music Courses

Course Title Credits
MUSC 353History of Western Music I3
MUSC 354History of Western Music II3
MUSC 455History of Western Music III3
MUSC 555World Music3

Philosophy Courses

Course Title Credits
PHIL 301Ancient Philosophy3
PHIL 302Greek and Roman Philosophy after Aristotle3
PHIL 303History of Medieval Philosophy3
PHIL 304Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Philosophy3
PHIL 312Classical Origins of Western Medical Ethics3
PHIL 313Between Magic and Method: Ancient Medicine3
PHIL 501British Empiricism3
PHIL 536Language and Interpretation in Contemporary European Philosophy3

Political Science Courses

Course Title Credits
POLI 101Introduction to Global Politics3
POLI 103AControversies in the Politics of Global Regions: Africa3
POLI 103BControversies in the Politics of Global Regions: Asia3
POLI 103CControversies in the Politics of Global Regions: Europe3
POLI 103DControversies in the Politics of Global Regions: Latin America3
POLI 103EControversies in the Politics of Global Regions: Middle East3
POLI 302Classical and Medieval Political Theory3
POLI 315International Relations3
POLI 316Comparative Politics3
POLI 330International Organization3
POLI 340The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy3
POLI 341Contemporary United States Foreign Policy3
POLI 342National Security Policies of the United States3
POLI 380Comparative Politics of Developing Countries3
POLI 381Comparative Politics of Industrialized Countries3
POLI 383Genocide: A Comparative Perspective3
POLI 416Revolution and Political Violence3
POLI 417Theories of War in International Relations3
POLI 420International Law3
POLI 421Law and Contemporary International Problems3
POLI 430Ideology and World Politics3
POLI 432Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics3
POLI 433Economic Aspects of International Politics3
POLI 437International Relations of Latin America3
POLI 440Russian Foreign Policy3
POLI 442Globalization and Security3
POLI 443International Relations of East Asia and the Pacific3
POLI 444International Relations in Japan3
POLI 445Political Economy of Africa's Regions3
POLI 446International Relations of Africa3
POLI 447Foreign Policies of Selected Powers3
POLI 448Politics and Government of China3
POLI 449International Relations of the Middle East3
POLI 480Politics and Government of Russia3
POLI 481Politics and Governments of Europe3
POLI 483Middle East Politics3
POLI 487Politics and Governments of Africa3
POLI 488Politics and Governments of Latin America3
POLI 489Politics and Government of Japan3

Religion Courses

Course Title Credits
RELG 101Exploring Religion3
RELG 261Global Human Religiosity3
RELG 270Religion and the Arts3
RELG 301Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)3
RELG 336Social Justice & Religion3
RELG 338Sociology of Religion3
RELG 351Yoga: The Art of Spiritual Transformation3
RELG 352Religions of East Asia3
RELG 354Islamic Institutions and Traditions3
RELG 358The Qur'an and Hadith3
RELG 359Islamic Theology and Philosophical Thought3
RELG 367Sufism3
RELG 369Islamic Law3
RELG 373Literature and Film of the Holocaust3
RELG 376Holy Women3
RELG 381Jewish History I: Late Antiquity to 15003
RELG 382Jewish History II: 1500 to the Present3
RELG 387Jews and Muslims3
RELG 471Race and Religion3

Retailing Courses

Course Title Credits
RETL 115Fashion History: A Global View3
RETL 485Multi-National Retailing3

Russian Courses

Course Title Credits
RUSS 280Introduction to Russian Civilization3
RUSS 319Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature in Translation3
RUSS 320Twentieth-Century Russian Literature in Translation3

Sociology Courses

Course Title Credits
SOCY 301Sex and Gender3
SOCY 315Global Population Issues3
SOCY 512Internal and International Migration3

Social Work Courses

Course Title Credits
SOWK 307Global Inequalities and Social Justice3

Speech Courses

Course Title Credits
SPCH 471Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life3

Sport and Entertainment Management Courses

Course Title Credits
SPTE 570Special Topics in Global Sport3

Theatre Courses

Course Title Credits
THEA 181Shakespeare in Performance3
THEA 369Japanese Culture and Society through Theatre3

Women and Gender Studies Courses

Course Title Credits
WGST 112Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies3
WGST 210Human Life Cycles in Different Cultures3
WGST 300Sex and Gender3
WGST 320Sexuality and Gender in Ancient Greece3
WGST 321Sexuality, Gender, and Power in Ancient Rome3
WGST 335Women in China3
WGST 351The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective3
WGST 376Holy Women3
WGST 379Women in Modern Europe3
WGST 381Gender and Globalization3

Language Options

Arabic Courses

Course Title Credits
ARAB 201Intermediate Arabic3
ARAB 202Intermediate Arabic3
ARAB 280Introduction to Modern Arab Culture3
ARAB 301Advanced Arabic Language I3
ARAB 302Advanced Arabic Language II3
ARAB 310 Conversational Arabic3
ARAB 320Introduction to Modern Arab Literature in Translation3
ARAB 398Selected Topics3
ARAB 399Independent Study3-6

Chinese Courses

Course Title Credits
CHIN 221Intermediate Mandarin Chinese3
CHIN 222Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II3
CHIN 240Chinese Culture, Tradition, and Modern Societies3
CHIN 321Advanced intermediate Mandarin Chinese I3
CHIN 322Advanced Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II3
CHIN 335Women in China3
CHIN 341Modern Chinese Literature3
CHIN 398Selected Topics3
CHIN 399Independent Study3-6

French Courses

Course Title Credits
FREN 209Reading and Written Expression3
FREN 210Oral Communication3
FREN 290French Literature in Translation3
FREN 295Topics in French Culture3
FREN 300French Phonetics3
FREN 309Reading French Texts3
FREN 310Advanced Oral Communication3
FREN 311French Composition3
FREN 316Introduction to Business French3
FREN 330The French Theatre Experience3
FREN 350French Language Study Abroad1-6
FREN 397The French Film Experience3
FREN 398Selected Topics in French & Francophone Culture3
FREN 399Independent Study3-6
FREN 400French Cultural History3
FREN 416Advanced Business French3
FREN 450Topics in Literature3
FREN 451French Literature and Culture Before 18003
FREN 452French Literature and Culture After 18003
FREN 453Francophone Literatures and Cultures3
FREN 501Contemporary France3
FREN 510Current Events in the France and the Francophone World3
FREN 511Techniques of Literary Analysis3
FREN 515Advanced French Stylistics3
FREN 516French Phonology3
FREN 517French Linguistics3
FREN 595Special Topics in French3
SCHC 363HNRS: Proseminar in French3
SCHC 463HNRS: Proseminar in French3

German Courses

Course Title Credits
GERM 210Intermediate German3
GERM 211Intermediate German3
GERM 310German Conversation3
GERM 311German Conversation and Composition3
GERM 316Advanced German for Business and Other Professions I3
GERM 320German Kabarett Production3
GERM 333Study of German Abroad3-6
GERM 340Readings in German Literature3
GERM 398Selected Topics3
GERM 410Advanced German Grammar3
GERM 411Advanced German Conversation3
GERM 416Advanced German for Business and Other Professions II3
GERM 420Medieval German Literature and Culture3
GERM 430The German Enlightenment and its Countercurrents3
GERM 440German Literature and Culture from 1800-18713
GERM 450German Literature from 1890-19453
GERM 460Post-War and Contemporary German Literature3
GERM 500Survey of German Culture3
GERM 515Introduction to German Linguistics3
GERM 516History of the German Language3
GERM 517Introduction to the Germanic Languages3
GERM 518German Sociolinguistics3
GERM 580Topics in German Film3
GERM 598Selected Topics in German3

Hebrew Courses

Course Title Credits
HEBR 201Intermediate Hebrew3
HEBR 202Intermediate Hebrew3
HEBR 310Conversation and Composition3
HEBR 398Selected Topics3
HEBR 399Independent Study3-6

Italian Courses

Course Title Credits
ITAL 221Intermediate Proficiency in Italian I3
ITAL 222Intermediate Proficiency in Italian II3
ITAL 310Italian Conversation3
ITAL 311Writing in Italian3
ITAL 350Advanced Italian Study Abroad3-6
ITAL 398Selected Topics3
ITAL 399Independent Study3-6
ITAL 400Contemporary Italian Civilization3
ITAL 404Twentieth Century Italian Literature3
ITAL 405The Italian Love Lyric3
ITAL 406Business Readings in Italian3
ITAL 407Advanced Conversation and Composition3
ITAL 411Italian Literature in Translation3
ITAL 412Post-World War II Italian Cinema3
ITAL 499Senior Project3-6
ITAL 560Independent Studies in Italian Literature1-3
ITAL 561Independent Studies in Italian Literature1-3

Japanese Courses

Course Title Credits
JAPA 221Intermediate Japanese I3
JAPA 222Intermediate Japanese II3
JAPA 240Introduction to Japanese Culture3
JAPA 321Advanced Japanese I3
JAPA 322Advanced Japanese II3
JAPA 331Japanese for Business I3
JAPA 332Japanese for Business II3
JAPA 340Introduction to Japanese Culture and Literature3
JAPA 341Modern Japanese Literature3
JAPA 350Japanese Culture and Society through Film3
JAPA 351Japanese Culture and Society through Theatre3
JAPA 353Japanese Culture and Society through Animation3
JAPA 398Selected Topics3
JAPA 399Independent Study3-6
JAPA 421Advanced Japanese III3
JAPA 422Advanced Japanese IV3
JAPA 500Japanese Language in Society3

Korean Courses

Course Title Credits
KORE 221Intermediate Korean I3
KORE 222Intermediate Korean II3

Portuguese Courses

Course Title Credits
PORT 201Intermediate Portuguese I3
PORT 202Intermediate Portuguese II3
PORT 299Accelerated Portuguese for Speakers of Spanish3
PORT 309Advanced Conversation and Composition I3
PORT 325The Brazilian Modern Short Story3
PORT 398Selected Portuguese Topics1-3
PORT 399Independent Study3-6

Russian Courses

Course Title Credits
RUSS 201Intermediate Russian I3
RUSS 202Intermediate Russian II3
RUSS 280Introduction to Russian Civilization3
RUSS 298Selected Topics1-3
RUSS 301Russian Conversation and Composition I3
RUSS 302Russian Conversation and Composition II3
RUSS 319Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature in Translation3
RUSS 398Selected Topics3
RUSS 399Independent Study3-6
RUSS 401Advanced Russian I3
RUSS 402Advanced Russian II3
RUSS 598Selected Topics in Russian3

Spanish Courses

Course Title Credits
SPAN 209Intermediate Spanish I3
SPAN 210Intermediate Spanish II3
SPAN 211Intensive Intermediate Spanish6
SPAN 220Selected Works of Hispanic Literature in English Translation3
SPAN 301Service Learning in Spanish1-3
SPAN 305Working with Hispanic Clients3
SPAN 311Spanish for Heritage Speakers3
SPAN 312Introduction to Reading Hispanic Literary Texts3
SPAN 316Business Spanish3
SPAN 317Spanish Phonetics and Pronunciation3
SPAN 350Spanish Language Study Abroad3
SPAN 375Special Topics in Hispanic Literature3
SPAN 380The Cinema of Spain3
SPAN 398Special Topics in Hispanic Studies3
SPAN 399Independent Study3-6
SPAN 400Spanish Culture3
SPAN 401Latin American Culture3
SPAN 404Spanish Literature3
SPAN 405Latin American Literature3
SPAN 417Advanced Spanish for Business and the Professions3
SPAN 500Contemporary Spain3
SPAN 501Contemporary Latin America3
SPAN 513Introduction to Professional and Technical Translation3
SPAN 515Introduction to Spanish Linguistics3
SPAN 516The Structure of Modern Spanish3
SPAN 517Contrastive English-Spanish Phonetics and Phonology3
SPAN 518Introduction to Spanish Medieval Literature3
SPAN 524Renaissance and Golden Age Literature3
SPAN 534Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature3
SPAN 538Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature3
SPAN 541Colonial Spanish-American Literature to Neoclassicism3
SPAN 543Spanish-American Literature from the Independence Through Modernism3
SPAN 550Advanced Language Study Abroad3
SPAN 555Spanish-American Literature from Modernism Through 19603
SPAN 557Contemporary Spanish-American Literature3

Swahili Courses

Course Title Credits
SWAH 201Intermediate Swahili3
SWAH 202Intermediate Swahili3
SWAH 399Independent Study3-6