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The international business concentration within the Bachelor of Business Administration degree prepares students to engage in conducting business across international borders. In addition to core business knowledge, students will deepen their understanding of international business practices and the opportunities that global markets offer. This concentration covers from traditional international business to emerging markets.

Advisors strongly encourage students in this concentration to take advantage of opportunities to travel internationally, study abroad and develop competencies in other languages. Program faculty include academics from a variety of countries with experiences in multinational companies. The right mix between academic credentials and corporate business experiences put our professors above many other institutions. The university has institutional arrangements for semesters abroad with other higher education institutions including the Copenhagen Business Academy.

Students will build an expertise in a variety of business facets, including international aspects of finance, economics and electronic commerce. Students will also experience challenges businesses face when entering new markets, increasing their cultural intelligence and prepare them to deal with ambiguity.

Academic Requirements for Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business

The International Business Minor is designed for students who would like to combine business studies with their interest in the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. This multidisciplinary minor provides students the opportunity to develop required skills to operate in multinational firms and global markets.

Academic Requirements for Minor in International Business

Students graduating with a degree in international business will be prepared for success in a variety of positions:

  • Management Analyst
  • International Sales Representative
  • Foreign Currency Investment Advisor
  • Import/Export Agent
  • International Foreign Policy Advisor

Real-world Opportunities

This program offers faculty-led student abroad experiences. In 2019 students in the International Business Program traveled to Costa Rica during Spring Break to tour businesses and learn how companies abroad operate.

International Buiness students in Costa Rica