Australia/New Zealand

The following courses are acceptable regional content for students in the international bachelor of business administration program who are focusing their studies on Australia and New Zealand.

Anthropology

  • 1031 - Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology

Economics

  • 3000 - Intermediate Micro Theory I
  • 3001 - Intermediate Micro Theory II
  • 3010 - Intermediate Macro Theory I
  • 3011 - Intermediate Macro Theory II
  • 3150 - Money and Banking

Geography

  • 2001 - Culture Geography
  • 2302 - Issues in Economic Geography
  • 3610 - Cultural Landscape
  • 3800 - Political Geography

History

  • 1012 - The World in the Twentieth Century
  • 2130 - Seafaring Places and Seafaring Peoples
  • 2500 - The Twentieth Century I

Political Science

  • 1000 - Introduction to Politics
  • 1020 - World Political Problems
  • 2300 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • 3200 - Comparative Foreign Policy
  • 3325 - South Asian Politics

Religious Studies

  • 1000 - Religions of the World
  • 1010 - Religion in the Modern World

Sociology

  • 3731 - Sociology of Culture

Music

  • 2014 - Introduction to World Music
  • 3014 - World Music: Musics of Asia and Oceania