Latino Business Studies
Prepare for an exciting business career in Spanish-speaking cultures with the B.A. in Latino Business Studies from Georgian Court University in Lakewood, New Jersey.
This distinctive program gives you the opportunity to polish your Spanish skills, acquire a strong foundation in the business arena, and experience working in a Spanish business environment. It consists of credits in business and Spanish, and you are encouraged to earn some of your business credits at approved study abroad locations in Spanish-speaking countries. Upon graduation, you can matriculate directly into GCU’s MBA program.
To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.
The program includes 33 credits in business, including 18 credits of foundational courses, plus 15 business credits approved by the chair of the Department of Business Administration. Students are encouraged to complete some or all of these 15 credits at approved study abroad locations in Spanish-speaking countries. The Spanish component of the program will be 33 credits at the 300 level or higher, including a course on Spanish for careers in business.
|AC476||Survey of Accounting||3|
| Principles of Financial Accounting|
and Principles of Managerial Accounting
| Principles of Macroeconomics|
and Principles of Microeconomics
|or BU221||Business Statistics & Probability|
|or BU241||Principles of Marketing|
|BU478||Principles of Management||3|
|or BU213||Mgmt Theory & Org. Behavior|
|BU479||Principles of Finance||3|
|or BU335||Financial Management I|
|Plus 15 business credits approved by the chair of the Department of Business Administration 1||15|
|SP310||Spanish Around the World||3|
|SP312||Modern Hispanic Cinema||3|
|SP322||Spanish for Careers in Business||3|
|SP345||Advanced Language Study I||3|
|SP346||Advanced Language Study II||3|
|SP350||Hispanic Women in Life & Literature||3|
|Civilization & Culture|
|SP418||Latin America: Past & Present||3|
|SP419||Contemporary Latin American Culture||3|
|Literature and Literary Analysis|
|SP425||Lat Am Lit I||3|
|SP426||Lat Am Lit II||3|
Students are encouraged to complete some or all of these 15 credits at approved study abroad locations in Spanish-speaking countries.
Students who are not prepared for language study at the 300 level will need to take courses at the 100 or 200 level, as appropriate.
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.