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International Business

International business touches us in many ways in our everyday lives. The clothes we wear, the products we buy and the technologies we use come to us from around the globe. The economic and business decisions made by businesses and governments around the world have a profound impact on us.

The international business major, minor and certificate address many facets of international business, including how to communicate and negotiate across cultures, how to select a strategy to expand a product into a new market, how to analyze and understand international financial markets, and how to develop competitive global business strategies. All programs provide an understanding of the business world and the global economy in a manner that will enrich your degree program.

Major

(60 credits)

Provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively compete in the global business world. Students pursuing the major gain proficiency in a foreign language and complete either a study abroad experience or an international internship. International business majors graduate with a bachelor in business administration degree.

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Minor

(39 credits)

Enhances students’ foreign language skills and gives them a broad overview of international business principles and practices. Starting with the 2012-13 university catalog, international business minors will no longer be required to complete a study abroad or an international internship. Students pursuing the minor must meet College of Business admission requirements.

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