Bachelor of ScienceInternational Business

Program Overview

The International Business major prepares students for careers in multinational corporations, both at home and abroad. This 54-credit program will prepare students to work in the complex and competitive international business world as students will learn about management and leadership abroad, global marketing, logistics of international trade, and investments made in foreign markets.

A graduate of International Business has developed intercultural competencies and global business skills in many areas of business, allowing the graduate to be use the degree in: Government agencies, Global product management, Global projects, International banking, International business consulting, and Multinational corporations.

The International Business major prepares students for careers in multinational corporations, both at home and abroad. The program is built upon the same robust core of business subjects that all business majors share. Additionally, students gain an understanding of how to conduct business in a foreign country, including understanding the customs, opportunities, and challenges of working across cultures. Learning about management and leadership abroad, global marketing, logistics of international trade, and investments made in foreign markets will prepare students to work in the complex and competitive international business world.

Program Requirements

Program Requirements

Additional Requirements:

  • One trip abroad, either short term academic program, service learning abroad, or semester abroad (vacation travel does not count)
  • Language requirement can be satisfied through CLEP exams
  • Courses taken during a semester abroad may be substituted for required courses with prior approval from the department chair

 

Required Courses

View International Business required courses on our academic catalog website.