University of Southern Indiana
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Language and International Trade

Students majoring in French, German, or Spanish may opt for a concentration in Language and International Trade. This concentration combines the study of a global language with a business core, culminating in an internship in an international business or organization.

In addition to coursework required for the language major (30 hours for non-teaching or 36 hours for teaching), students opting for a concentration in International Trade and Business are required to take 43 additional hours of coursework:

  • 30 credit hours of business core courses
  • 13 credit hours of cognates outside the Romain College of Business

Course requirements for the International Trade and Business concentration are available in the USI Academic Bulletin.

Contact Dr. A. David Hitchcock


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