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International Business Program - Spring Semester 2012
The American Business School in Paris
Paris, France

The International Business Program at The American Business School in Paris is designed to offer a wide range of business-related electives to GSE participants, while also encouraging language development and the ability to enroll in other general electives of interest or courses that are required for major, minor, or general education requirements.

There is no language prerequisite for attending The American Business School, and the program is available to students of all language levels, including beginners.  All students will enroll in a French language course; the level of instruction for each student will be determined by a placement exam at the beginning of the program. 

The American Business School also typically requires students to enroll in French Civilization (French 320), and is complemented by up to three additional electives of their choice, all taught in English.  Each course meets for a total of 45 contact hours and is typically worth 3 semester credits.  For one semester, students should expect to earn 12-15 units (a total of 180-225 contact hours).

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Marketing 210: Principles of Marketing and Marketing 240: Consumer Behavior are offered at the Eaubonne Campus, which students can access via metro at Ermont Eaubonne (Paris Nord) Station.


Program Overview


Beginner Level

Total Credits: 15 - 15
Courses Required Course Titles Credits
1 French Language Yes
French 110: Elementary French 3
French 320: French Civilization 3
4 Electives Yes
Accounting 110: Financial Accounting 1 3
Accounting 120: Financial Accounting 2 3
Accounting 130: Managerial Accounting 3
Art History 120: Post-Impressionism 3
Economics 110: Macroeconomics 3
Economics 120: Microeconomics 3
Economics 210: Macroeconomic Analysis 3
Economics 450: International Economics 3
English 101: Academic Methodology 3
English 120: Critical Reading and Writing 2 3
English 130: Communication Techniques and Speech 3
English 220: Advanced Critical Thinking 2 3
English 311: Paris Literature: Art (and Lies) in Paris 3
English 494: Post-World War II French Cinema and Society 3
Finance 210: Business Finance 1 3
Finance 220: Business Finance 2 3
Finance 340: Investment Management 3
Finance 450: International Finance 3
History 220: American History 2 3
Law 210: Introduction to American Business Law 3
Management 110: Intecultural Studies 3
Management 210: Process and Functions of Management 3
Management 220: Organizational Behavior 3
Management 230: International Business 3
Management 350: Logistics 3
Management 410: Strategic Management & Organizational Policy 3
Management 420: European Community Law and Business Implications 3
Management 430: Art, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship 3
Marketing 210: Principles of Marketing (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 240: Consumer Behavior (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 350: International Marketing 3
Marketing 360: Corporate Communication 3
Marketing 370: Business Marketing 3
Marketing 380: Personal Selling 3
Math 101: Basic Mathematics 3
Math 110: Pre-Calculus 3
Math 120: Calculus 3
MIS 120: Management of Information Systems 2 3
MIS 320: Principles of Internet Marketing 3
Philosophy 310: Business Ethics 3
Political Science 210: International Relations 3
PRO 310: Operations Management 3
Psychology 110: Introduction to Psychology 3
QNT 220: Quantitative Analysis 3
Sociology 110: Introduction to Sociology 3

Intermediate Level

Total Credits: 15 - 15
Courses Required Course Titles Credits
1 French Language Yes
French 210: Intermediate French 3
French 320: French Civilization 3
4 Electives Yes
Accounting 110: Financial Accounting 1 3
Accounting 120: Financial Accounting 2 3
Accounting 130: Managerial Accounting 3
Art History 120: Post-Impressionism 3
Economics 110: Macroeconomics 3
Economics 120: Microeconomics 3
Economics 210: Macroeconomic Analysis 3
Economics 450: International Economics 3
English 101: Academic Methodology 3
English 120: Critical Reading and Writing 2 3
English 130: Communication Techniques and Speech 3
English 220: Advanced Critical Thinking 2 3
English 311: Paris Literature: Art (and Lies) in Paris 3
English 494: Post-World War II French Cinema and Society 3
Finance 210: Business Finance 1 3
Finance 220: Business Finance 2 3
Finance 340: Investment Management 3
Finance 450: International Finance 3
History 220: American History 2 3
Law 210: Introduction to American Business Law 3
Management 110: Intercultural Studies 3
Management 210: Process and Functions of Management 3
Management 220: Organizational Behavior 3
Management 230: International Business 3
Management 350: Logistics 3
Management 410: Strategic Management & Organizational Policy 3
Management 420: European Community Law and Business Implications 3
Management 430: Art, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship 3
Marketing 210: Principles of Marketing (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 240: Consumer Behavior (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 350: International Marketing 3
Marketing 360: Corporate Communication 3
Marketing 370: Business Marketing 3
Marketing 380: Personal Selling 3
Math 101: Basic Mathematics 3
Math 110: Pre-Calculus 3
Math 120: Calculus 3
MIS 120: Management of Information Systems 2 3
MIS 320: Principles of Internet Marketing 3
Philosophy 310: Business Ethics 3
Political Science 210: International Relations 3
PRO 310: Operations Management 3
Psychology 110: Introduction to Psychology 3
QNT 220: Quantitative Analysis 3
Sociology 110: Introduction to Sociology 3

Advanced Level

Total Credits: 15 - 15
Courses Required Course Titles Credits
1 French Language Yes
French 320: French Civilization 3
French 350: Advanced French 3
4 Electives Yes
Accounting 110: Financial Accounting 1 3
Accounting 120: Financial Accounting 2 3
Accounting 130: Managerial Accounting 3
Art History 120: Post-Impressionism 3
Economics 110: Macroeconomics 3
Economics 120: Microeconomics 3
Economics 210: Macroeconomic Analysis 3
Economics 450: International Economics 3
English 101: Academic Methodology 3
English 120: Critical Reading and Writing 2 3
English 130: Communication Techniques and Speech 3
English 220: Advanced Critical Thinking 2 3
English 311: Paris Literature: Art (and Lies) in Paris 3
English 494: Post-World War II French Cinema and Society 3
Finance 210: Business Finance 1 3
Finance 220: Business Finance 2 3
Finance 340: Investment Management 3
Finance 450: International Finance 3
History 220: American History 2 3
Law 210: Introduction to American Business Law 3
Management 110: Intercultural Studies 3
Management 210: Process and Functions of Management 3
Management 220: Organizational Behavior 3
Management 230: International Business 3
Management 350: Logistics 3
Management 410: Strategic Management & Organizational Policy 3
Management 420: European Community Law and Business Implications 3
Management 430: Art, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship 3
Marketing 210: Principles of Marketing (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 240: Consumer Behavior (Eaubonne Campus) 3
Marketing 350: International Marketing 3
Marketing 360: Corporate Communication 3
Marketing 370: Business Marketing 3
Marketing 380: Personal Selling 3
Math 101: Basic Mathematics 3
Math 110: Pre-Calculus 3
Math 120: Calculus 3
MIS 120: Management of Information Systems 2 3
MIS 320: Principles of Internet Marketing 3
Philosophy 310: Business Ethics 3
Political Science 210: International Relations 3
PRO 310: Production and Operations Management 3
Psychology 110: Introduction to Psychology 3
QNT 220: Quantitative Analysis 3
Sociology 110: Introduction to Sociology 3








 
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