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Academic Resources

Resources are available to help you learn more about the school and major, determine class schedules, requirements, and progress toward you degree.

Before you apply to The University of Akron, contact our Undergraduate Recruiter to answer your questions. Current UA students who want to be admitted to a major should be sure to visit an undergraduate Academic Adviser.

Once you are admitted to The University of Akron, you’ll use the Degree Progress Report (DPR), which is an online tool you can use to view data regarding course requirements. DPR outlines your degree requirements, marks completed courses, and shows your remaining coursework.

Professional Experience

The International Business major offers professional experiences designed to help your transition into industry. Professional experiences include a course that requires a consulting project to a local business, professional workshops, and the CBA internship and cooperative education programs.

Course Availability

University general education requirements are offered each semester, including over the summer. CBA core classes also are available each semester, including summer. Please note that the number of sections available is often less during the summer semester.

Courses for your major are offered both fall and spring, although every course is not offered every semester. A list of the fall- and spring-only courses are listed below:

Fall
  • 6400:438 International Banking
Spring
  • 6200:408 International Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • 6400:323 International Law

Marketing Department

The International Business major is part of the Marketing Department. Learn about CBA information systems management students, careers, organizations that have recently hired CBA graduates, and much more on the Marketing Department page.

Tutoring

Once you are a student, The University of Akron and the College of Business offer tutoring services for additional help in many subjects.

Student Organizations

The College of Business Administration is associated with many student organizations through which you can expand your classroom learning and enhance your leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills. Within these organizations you will meet students from diverse backgrounds and will have opportunities to interact with business professionals, participate in competitions and organize community service projects. Students are encouraged to actively participate in the organization(s) of their choice.