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Commercial German Concentration

Students choosing the Commercial German concentration are interested in complementing their advanced intercultural language study with a foundation in international business skills. The bridge courses in the concentration (GER 320 and MGT 300) integrate students’ knowledge across disciplines, and the two additional electives in the concentration (chosen from the list of MGT courses below) allow them to further explore their area of interest in MGT. 

After declaring the German major with the Commercial concentration, students should meet with the German Program Director, who will work together with advisors in the College of Business to ensure that students are maximizing opportunities to double count their chosen concentration courses (when possible) in order to efficiently achieve their postgraduate career goals.

Course Requirements (8 quarter hours)

Course Title Quarter Hours
GER 320ADVANCED COMMERCIAL GERMAN4
MGT 300PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT4

Electives (8 quarter hours)

Course Title Quarter Hours
MGT 302
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
MGT 307
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
MGT 354
GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MGT 355
NEGOTIATIONS
MGT 357
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MGT 360
LEADERSHIP
MGT 361
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND CONSULTING
MGT 373
CREATIVITY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MGT 300 is a prerequisite for MGT 302, MGT 354, MGT 355, MGT 360, MGT 361, and MGT 373.

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