As a Business Analytics major, students should adhere to the following criteria in major course selection for study abroad:
- 3 out of 9 credit hours of Business Analytics elective coursework can be taken abroad
- Business Analytics elective coursework should focus on statistics or business analytics
- Coursework must be upper division (300 – 400 level equivalent)
*Students should meet with an IPSA advisor to receive final approval for Business Analytics coursework.
Other types of courses available for study abroad include:
- General education (ethics, arts & humanities, non-business electives)
- Pre-business core (MGT 202, ECON 211 & 213, STAT 201 equivalents)
- Business core (BULW 301, FINC 301, BUAD 332 equivalents)
- Foreign language (HCB requires completion through intermediate level)
- Collateral / concentration
The following are examples of possible major elective courses available.
*This is not an exhaustive list.
- Search Engine Marketing
- Big Data Analysis
- Machine Learning and Data Mining
- Time Series and Forecasting
Students interested in pursuing Business Analytics elective coursework while abroad should consider:
- Students are only able to take Business Analytics elective coursework after completion of their tracking courses, which is typically after Sophomore year.
- Business Analytics majors are able to go abroad after their first semester of Freshman year if they are only taking general elective courses or Pre-Business core courses.
- Students should not consider studying abroad their final semester at UT, if they hope to graduate in May due to the delay in transcript processing.
- At least 75% of major coursework must be taken at UT.
Selecting Your Collateral / Concentration
Another option of courses to take abroad are through your collateral/concentration. Please refer to your Haslam Student Handbook for all possible combinations.
The International Business (IB) concentration offers the most flexibility in course availability. Please note:
- All 12 credit hours of IB elective coursework can be taken abroad.
- Business coursework that is international in scope and upper division (300-400 level) can be counted as an IB elective.
- IB courses give students the opportunity to pursue country or region-specific coursework that offers unique insight into international business practices.
Please note, this is not an exhaustive list.
(University of Sydney)
|Program Type: UT Exchange
Program Location: Nigbo, China
Program Features: Internship placements available: Volunteer opportunities; Student clubs & organizations
*Unique scholarship opportunities available
|Program Type: UT Affiliate
Program Location: Sydney, Australia
Program Feature: Student clubs & organizations
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