The Bachelor of Science in Global Leadership and Management prepares students for leadership and management positions in a variety of organizational settings, private and public, domestic and international. The program provides an alternative path of study for the liberally educated business professional seeking practical skills and strategies for successful management in a global business environment.
The program also provides critical analysis of historical and social forces that influence leadership and organizations, and it addresses complex questions from different intellectual perspectives in order to broaden business education.
Additionally, the program enables students to examine the dynamic between culture and successful business practice, both at home and abroad, and it provides the opportunity to study in greater depth the culture of a particular geographic area associated with a student's personal and professional interests.
Bachelor of Science in Global Leadership and Management
All University College undergraduate students must satisfy the same general-education requirements. Requirements specific to the major include:
Required Courses: 33 units
|Econ 1011||Introduction to Microeconomics||3|
|Econ 1021||Introduction to Macroeconomics||3|
|Math 205||Applied Statistics||3|
|or Math 1011||Introduction to Statistics|
|or Math 305||Probability and Statistics|
|Bus 263||Financial and Managerial Accounting||3|
|Bus 270||Marketing Concepts||3|
|Bus 339||Principles of Management||3|
|Bus 342||Business Finance||3|
|Bus 380||International Trade and Globalization||3|
|IS 330||International Management: Leadership Across Cultures||3|
|Psych 381||Cross-Cultural Psychology||3|
|Global Regional Economies/Regional Economic Integration (300-level)||3|
Elective Courses in Culture and Area Studies: 3 units
|IS 324||Intercultural Communication||3|
|SUST 325||Introduction to Resilience||3|
|Econ 406||Intermediate Microeconomics||3|
|Econ 427||Economic Systems in Theory and Practice||3|
|EComp 324||Professional Writing, Speaking, and Presentation||3|
|Phil 234||Business Ethics||3|
|Other internationally-related courses from Political Science or International Affairs, with approval|
Undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs offered by University College are offered through Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Business-related programs in University College are not accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).