A course taken through a College of Business–sponsored study abroad program may substitute for up to 3 hours of the international core.
Students may be able to satisfy the international core within the course requirements of a concentration by using these international core courses as electives, subject to approval by the academic advisor. Thus, international core courses completed for the certificate need not necessarily increase the total hours required for graduation.
Part 2, Foreign Language Requirement:
Students must present evidence of minimum proficiency in a foreign language. This requirement may be satisfied in either of these ways:
Completing formal foreign language study through the level of LANG 1020 or its equivalent.
Submitting evidence of foreign language proficiency through the level of LANG 1020. For example, students may document proficiency with results from a foreign language course above the level of LANG 1020 or with the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) subject examinations. These examinations are administered by the College Board.