International Business Management (IBM)

International Business Management (IBM)

This program combines various aspects of theories, practical applications, and existing samples of business management from real-world application of various working conditions. Upon completion, students will improve their skills and values in the global marketplace.

Career Opportunity

- Business Administration Staff - International Relations Officer - HR Staff - Foreign Department Officer - Procurement Staff - PR officers - Business Owner - Others Internatinal Business Related Career

Program Detail

International Business Management (IBM)

Full Name :       Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business Management)
Abbreviation :   B.B.A. (IBM)


This program combines various aspects of theories, practical applications, and existing samples of business management from real-world application of various working conditions. Upon completion, students will improve their skills and values in the global marketplace.

Highlights
- Business skill development (Finance, Accounting, and etc.)
- Management skill development through intercultural perspective
- Improving communication in English

Career Opportunity
The graduates from the Bachelor of Business Administration program in International Business Management are able to be a business owner or work for government or private sector for example multinational organizations, international organizations, import and export industry, service industry, embassies and consulates industries in various position as listed :
- Business Administration Staff
- International Relations Officer
- HR Staff
- Foreign Department Officer
- Procurement Staff
- PR officers
- Business Owner
- Others Internatinal Business Related Career

Curriculum Structure
  Credits
1. General Education Requirements 30
     1.1 Humanities and Social Sciences 12
            GEC 101    Tools for Accessing Digital Works
            GEC 102    Thai Studies
            GEC 111    Comparative Society and Culture
            GEC 112    General Psychology
3(2-2-5)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
   
     1.2 Languages and Communication 9
            GEC 121    Fundamental English
            GEC 122    Intermediate English
            GEC 223    Advanced English
3(2-2-5)
3(2-2-5)
3(2-2-5)
   
     1.3 Mathematics and Science 9
            GEC 131    College Mathematics
            GEC 132    Use of Computers in Business
            GEC 133    Introduction to Statistics
3(3-0-6)
3(2-2-5)
3(3-0-6)

2. Specific Requirement Courses

88
     2.1 General Business Courses 39
            BSC 252     Principles of Marketing
            BSC 253     Organization Behavior
            BSC 257     Business Finance
            BSC 259     Principles of Management
            BSC 260     Introduction to Human Resources Management
            BSC 261     Introduction to Economics
            BSC 262     Introduction to Accounting 
            BSC 263     Management Information Systems
            BSC 360     Business Ethics
            BSC 367     Global Economic Analysis
            BSC 461     Asian Culture and Business Studies
            BSC 466     Negotiations
            BSC 467     Strategic Management
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
     2.2 Major Compulsory Courses 34
            IBM 201     Principle of International Business
            IBM 211     Global Competitive Strategies
            IBM 261     International Economics
            IMB 271     International Trade Law
            IBM 341     International Marketing
            IBM 351     International Financial Management
            IBM 399     Career Experiences Development
            IBM 491     Seminar in International Business Management
            IBM 498     Pre-cooperative Education for International Business Management
            IBM 499     Co-operative Education for International Business Management
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
6(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
1(3-0-6)
 
3(3-0-6)
 
   
     2.3 Minor Courses 15
Students may choose from the following list:  
            IBM 212     Organization Theory
            IBM 213     Strategic Human Resources Management
            IBM 221     Project Management
            IBM 222     Innovation and Change Management
            IBM 231     Leadership
            IBM 232     Human Resources Development (HRD)
            IBM 311     Corporate Strategy
            IBM 312     Quantitative Business Analysis 
            IBM 321     Introduction to New Ventures
            IBM 322     Export-Import Management
            IBM 331     Employment Procedure and  Evaluation
            IBM 332     Manpower Planning
            IBM 411     Productivity and Quality Management
            IBM 421     Current Issues in Entrepreneurship
            IBM 431     Current Issues in Human Resource Management
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3. Free Elective Courses
6
Students may select courses from the following courses, or may choose any two courses offered in Sripatum University as approved by the advisor.  
            BSC 241     Business Reading
            BSC 243     Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
            BSC 256     Operations Management
            BSC 343     Business Writing
            BSC 359     Small Business Entrepreneurship
            BSC 361     Current Issues in ASEAN Trade and Development
            BSC 374     Group Dynamics and Team Building
            BSC 378     Chinese Culture Appreciation
            IBC 385     Digital Communications Strategies
            IBC 386     Social Media Marketing
            IBM 372     Cross-Cultural Management
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)
3(3-0-6)

Total

124