All GBA students must complete 36 credits in order to receive their degree. Full-time students typically enroll in 9 credits (3+ courses) per semester while part-time students enroll in 6 (2 courses) or 3 (1 course) credits per semester.

Within the 36 credits, the following degree requirements must be satisfied:

2 Core Courses (6 credits)

  • B200: Corporate Finance in Global Capital Markets (3 credits) [required]
  • B236: International Strategy and Innovation (3 credits) [required]

1 Business Foundations Course (3 credits)

  • B209: Beyond Balance Sheets (3 credits)
  • B250: Sustainable Business Dynamics (3 credits)
  • B260: Global Marketing Management (3 credits)
  • B281: International Supply Chains: Connecting the Developed and Developing Worlds (3 credits)
  • B295: Negotiating Leadership (3 credits)

2 Global Context Courses (6 credits)

  • P217: The Politics of the Global Economy (3 credits) [required – option 1]
  • E212: International Macroeconomics (3 credits) [required – option 2]
  • P240: International Security (3 credits)
  • P292: Economic Policy Challenges in Emerging Markets (3 credits)

1 International Law Course (3 credits)

  • L230: International Business Law (3 credits)
  • L237: Mergers and Acquisitions (3 credits)

1 Analytical Tools Course (3 credits)

  • B207: Data Analytics and Statistical Methods
  • P207: Decision Analysis for Business
  • E217: Managerial Economics

3 additional course electives (9 credits) from any of the four disciplinary areas

Capstone Lab Course (3 credits)

International Immersion or course equivalent (1.5 credits)

On-campus/Virtual Capstone Immersion (1.5 credits)

All GBA students must fill out a plan of study form every semester with their student success advisor to determine early course registration eligibility and to ensure that they are on track to graduate (the form is emailed to students every semester).