Bachelor's Degree in International Business in North America

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International Business

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

A Bachelor’s degree in International Business will introduce students to varying subjects that are concerned with businesses in an international environment. These include management, foreign culture and languages. Graduates will be able to assume responsibility in different positions of companies that have an international presence.

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.

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Bachelor in International Business

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Tampa

The international business degrees are designed to provide in-depth expertise in a specific business discipline coupled with a broader global business perspective. They also provide an interdisciplinary [+]

Bachelor in International Business 

The international business degrees are designed to provide in-depth expertise in a specific business discipline coupled with a broader global business perspective. They also provide an interdisciplinary global perspective, including language proficiency, cultural awareness and a study abroad experience. Students choose from seven international business majors, including accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing or management information systems.

More than ever, advancements in technology, the reduction of trade barriers, and the emergence of growing economies in Brazil, India and China, among others, are influencing business transactions. They are also factors that increase the value of an international business degree.... [-]


Bachelor in Global Studies

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

Globalization is becoming increasingly relevant to employment in the world. Employers are more frequently recognizing the advantages of hiring college graduates who, in addition to broad skill sets, also have a strong background in cross-cultural integration. [+]

Employers are increasingly recognizing the advantages of hiring college graduates who, in addition to broad skill sets, also have a strong background in globalization. For example, The Association of American Colleges and Universities shared the results of a report that emphasized important qualities of college graduates to employers. “At its core, the LEAP research revealed that today’s employers expect more from their employees: a broader skill set, increased teamwork capabilities, a global perspective, and high-level problem solving abilities.” Additionally, the top ten attributes employees seek, according to the study, included “an understanding of global context in which work is now done.” In terms of expected income from a global studies / international relations major, PayScale’s recent survey reported that the median starting salary for a college graduate with this major was $42,400, which “exceeded median starting salaries of many other social science fields, [trailing only] economics majors.” Globalization is becoming more and more relevant to employment in the world. Global Studies majors can work in various industries, including but not limited to companies such as MTV, Disney, the NBA, Coca-Cola, World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace, Sierra Club International, the UN, World Bank, IMF, Red Cross, Sony, Microsoft, Apple, among others. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in International Business

Colorado Heights University (CHU)
Campus Full time 4 years Open Enrollment USA Denver


Our program is designed to deliver the skills that will distinguish our students for a lifetime. These include critical thinking and analytical skills, facility with data and numbers, tremendous interpersonal skills, soft & hard skills, and expertise in communication. [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. Bachelor of Arts in International Business 
Our program is designed to deliver the skills that will distinguish our students for a lifetime. These include critical thinking and analytical skills, facility with data and numbers, tremendous interpersonal skills, soft & hard skills, and expertise in communication. To accomplish this, our curriculum delivers the core business competencies common to other programs but emphasizes those that will have a growing relevance in the 21st century. We use the most effective classroom techniques—whether they are cutting-edge innovations or tried-and-true best practices. As our program is built using an entrepreneurial lens, we aspire to give students the ability to adapt, succeed and be pro-active in a world that is in equal measures full of daunting challenges and exciting opportunities. Program Learning Objectives Apply relevant business and management tools in a dynamic 21st century global arena Integrate the business functional areas to solve real world problems Anticipate and adapt to change in the global business environment and take advantage of professional opportunities Recognize and practice integrity Demonstrate professionalism Effectively research, evaluate and analyze written and quantitative information and communicate well FAQ/Answers Q. What is the on-campus residential housing like? A. The residence halls at CHU are affordable and fun. They’re within walking distance to all classrooms, the library and other campus resources. It’s also easy to walk off campus to many local shops and restaurants, and it’s close to public transportation. Q. Will I fit in? A. CHU is a very multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic environment with students from over 40 countries so most students feel instantly comfortable in their new home away from home making new friends with common language, religion and culture frequently the very first day on campus. You are not alone because our staff both within admissions and other departments are also from a variety of countries and cultures and fully understand the questions you may have about entering a new environment in a new country and will assist you to make that transition as smooth and comfortable as possible. Q. Will CHU help me secure CPT and OPT positions? A. Students who have F-1 status are eligible for CPT (Curricular Practical Training) and OPT (Optional Practical Training) if they meet certain criteria. The counseling staff at CHU can help students understand the requirements and complete the paperwork in order to qualify and obtain CPT and/or OPT positions. [-]

Bachelor of International Business Management - taught in Spanish

University of Veracruz - Universidad Veracruzana
Campus July 2017 Mexico Veracruz

Note: This Bachelor of International Business Management program is taught in Spanish only. Los mercados internacionales requieren profesionales que brinden soluciones estratégicas a los retos y problemáticas a las que se enfrentan las empresas globales. El objetivo general del programa es formar profesionistas con conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes que les permitan enfrentar los retos del entorno económico nacional e internacional y adaptarse a los cambios del mismo, a través de la planeación y dirección de organizaciones públicas o privadas relacionadas con los diversos ámbitos del comercio internacional que operen bajo un marco legal. [+]

Programa en Administración de Negocios Internacionales Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas y Sociales Note: This Bachelor of International Business Management program is taught in Spanish only. Los mercados internacionales requieren profesionales que brinden soluciones estratégicas a los retos y problemáticas a las que se enfrentan las empresas globales. El objetivo general del programa es formar profesionistas con conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes que les permitan enfrentar los retos del entorno económico nacional e internacional y adaptarse a los cambios del mismo, a través de la planeación y dirección de organizaciones públicas o privadas relacionadas con los diversos ámbitos del comercio internacional que operen bajo un marco legal. Preparamos profesionales para: Brindar consultaría en cobertura de riesgos financieros a través de la participación de las empresas en los mercados de derivados u otro tipo de instrumentos empleados en el mercado de valores. Analizar las diferencias culturales para generar estrategias para mercados tanto nostálgicos como regionales, Adaptar los procesos de comercialización internacional al cada vez mayor comercio de servicios y de bases de datos, Diseñar estrategias con un alto nivel de conciencia en busca de que la comercialización internacional respete la biodiversidad y fomente cuestiones de reciclaje, protección al ambiente, aprovechamiento y renovación de recursos, Realizar la logística para el suministro de bienes y servicios en tiempo y forma en los mercados internacionales. Responsabilidad social Este programa esta diseñado para que los estudiantes adquieran la capacidad de análisis de las diferencias culturales para generar estrategias con un alto nivel de conciencia en busca de que la comercialización internacional respete la biodiversidad y fomente cuestiones de reciclaje, protección al ambiente, aprovechamiento y renovación de recursos, y establezcan la logística para el suministro de bienes y servicios en tiempo y forma en los mercados internacionales. Perfil de ingreso El aspirante a ingresar al programa deberá contar con: Conocimientos Matemáticas básicas Manejo básico de paquetería computacional Nociones de derecho positivo Fundamentos de Administración Metodología de investigación Inglés básico Habilidades Comprensión de textos Análisis y síntesis de información Redacción y comunicación verbal Creatividad Actitudes Interés en la obtención del conocimiento Respeto por las personas y sus formas de pensar Interés por el cuidado y preservación del medio ambiente Compromiso social Alto sentido ético Superación personal Colaboración Constancia y disciplina Perfil de egreso Al egresar, el profesional contará con las siguientes competencias: Planear y organizar funciones administrativas dentro de empresas de comercio exterior Realizar exitosamente operaciones de importación y/o exportación de mercancías y servicios Desarrollar estrategias de competitividad internacional para las empresas nacionales. Realizar investigaciones de mercado internacional para que las empresas puedan participar exitosamente en dichos mercados. Identificar las interacciones de los agentes económicos a través de las dinámicas de los mercados nacionales e internacionales para llevar a cabo alternativas de solución a las diferentes organizaciones. Conocer el sistema financiero y monetario internacional para interpretar las relaciones comerciales entre los países que les permitan incursionar exitosamente en los mercados internacionales mediante el uso de los diferentes instrumentos financieros que existen. Interpretar la participación del país en las interacciones comerciales e integración de mercados que la globalización establece Interpretar los problemas internacionales a través de un análisis complejo de las relaciones internacionales que inciden en los mercados que les permita plantear diferentes escenarios a las empresas que incursionan en los mercados internacionales Comprender la cultura de los países para adaptar los productos y servicios que ofrecen las empresas a los diferentes mercados. Conocer y aplicar la normatividad nacional e internacional en materia de comercio exterior, principalmente la legislación aduanera mexicana en el marco de las importaciones y exportaciones. Mapa curricular completo Da click aquí para conocer todas las experiencias educativas que incluye el programa (VINCULO A ARCHIVO PDF – “MAPACURRICULAR.PDF) Ubicación El programa se imparte en la Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas de la Universidad Veracruzana ubicada en la Ciudad de Xalapa, Veracruz. México. Duración Ocho semestres. Costo Examen de admisión (nacionalidad extranjera): $2,103 PMX Inscripción a licenciatura (Nacionalidad extranjera): $2,000 PMX Expedición de credencial: $25.00 PMX http://www.uv.mx/fcas Última actualización: Febrero, 2016 [-]

Bachelor in Administration and International Business

Universidad Panamericana Campus Guadalajara
Campus Full time July 2017 Mexico Guadalajara

The School of Administration and International Business seeks to prepare professionals with a global vision, negotiation skills, and interest in doing business with people from different countries and cultures. [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. The School of Administration and International Business seeks to prepare professionals with a global vision, negotiation skills, and interest in doing business with people from different countries and cultures. This program offers you the tools you need to start up or manage any business with international operations, to detect opportunities overseas for purchase or sale of products and services, to analyze the economic, political, social and cultural situation of different countries and regions, and to become involved in all the processes of negotiation. PERFIL DE INGRESO The ideal candidate will: Be proactive Be a leader Be creative Have analytical, numerical, verbal and technological skills Work well with others Be interested in learning Be able to interact easily with people from different cultures, societies and economies PERFIL DE EGRESO Upon completing the program, the student will have the following knowledge, skills, and attitudes: Knowledge Personnel management, and strategies to implement corporate governance Techniques to develop and apply innovative and competitive marketing and logistics strategies in order to achieve product and service positioning in international markets. Tools for quantitative and qualitative analyses. The elements and tools to evaluate international project viability and effective application of commercial and negotiation strategies. Specific methodologies for international business in Law, Economics, Finance and Global Trade. Customs legislation and International Law to comply with international laws. Negotiation and Diplomacy to gain competitive advantage in treaties and agreements. International Organization and Treaties, Geopolitics, and Economic Integration to understand world order in business. Finance and financial analysis for resource administration and decision making. Ethics to offer value-centered personal and professional benefits to business. Management control and information to support accounting registers of operations. Operation, planning and production development within organizations, as well as mathematical tools for resource optimization. How to start up a company and generate jobs. Development of business opportunities and impulse to existing companies. Development, creation, assessment and planning of companies which contribute to social and personal welfare. The implementation of competitive strategies using appropriate data systems and computer tools. Promote and maintain a spirit of service and personal, group, and organizational growth. Skills Development of world class companies Clear goal setting Documentation Generating changes in the work enviroment Implementation Undertaking projects Creativity Managing staff Good decision making Attitudes Make business decisions from a global perspective and with an ethical orientation Self-projection Seek top performance in all functions Commitment to society, the company, and to obligations; adherence to a cause Application of knowledge with a high ethical-humanistic sense, with responsibility and solidarity to society. Ética, para brindar beneficios personales y profesionales al desempeño empresarial centrado en valores. Control e Información Directiva, conocimientos que apoyarán el registro contable de las operaciones dentro de la organización. El área de operaciones, conocimiento de planeación y desarrollo de la producción dentro de las organizaciones, así como de herramientas matemáticas para la optimización de recursos. La creación de empresas y generación de empleos. El desarrollo de oportunidades de negocio y potenciación de empresas existentes, así como el desarrollo, creación evaluación y planeación de empresas que contribuyen al bienestar personal y social. El diseño de implementación de estrategias competitivas utilizando adecuados sistemas de información y herramientas computacionales. Promover y mantener el constante espíritu de servicio y crecimiento personal, grupal y organizacional. Las áreas de operaciones, análisis de procesos, economía, derecho, ciencias humanas, matemáticas y comercialización que le permiten un alto desempeño en la administración y la dirección de la empresa. Abilities Desarrollo de empresas de clase mundial Claridad de metas Capacidad de documentación Capacidad de generar un cambio en su entorno Capacidad de ejecución Capacidad para emprender proyectos Creatividad Dirección de personas Capacidad para toma buenas decisiones Atitudes El egresado afrontará las decisiones empresariales con visión global y orientación ética. Sabrá proyectarse a sí mismo Buscará el grado más alto de resultados en las funciones de negocios internacionales que desempeñe Se comprometerá con la sociedad, empresa y obligaciones asumidas. Se adherirá a una causa. Aplicará sus conocimientos con un elevado sentido ético-humanista, así como de responsabilidad y solidaridad con la sociedad. CAMPO LABORAL Internship: Participating in an internship program offers students professional experience and a chance to apply their knowledge. We have agreements with chambers of commerce and consulates, as well as companies in the field of merchandising, logistics, manufacturing, etc. Some examples are: Flextronics, Sanmina, Expeditors, U.S and Canadian Consulates, American Chamber of Commerce, Worldmark, Divemex, Tequila Sauza, etc. Our students also have the opportunity to carry out their professional practice abroad, in the United States, China, Brazil, Chile, etc. Field trips and conferences: To help students understand the practical application of classroom theory, we carry out field trips to different companies, or invite managers of these companies to UP to give a talk to our students. Companies which participate in these programs are:: Expeditors, FEDEX, Customs Office of Guadalajara, the Association of Customs Agents, the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara, Deloitte, the Secretariat of the Economy, Compusoluciones, ARTEX, etc. Academic trips: These can be national or international. We visit companies, government institutions, chambers of commerce, embassies, consulates, etc. The aim is for students to learn about the culture, ways of working, political, economic, and situation in different parts of the world. In Mexico, we have organized trips to Querétaro, Mexico City, Guanajuato, Manzanillo, among others. Abroad, our students have visited Nueva York, Washington, Chile, Brazil, the UAE, the Netherlands, China, etc. [-]

International Business Major

Western New England University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Springfield

Whether you are preparing for a career in the U.S. or abroad, the practice of business has gone global. Understanding the dynamics of overseas business cultures and dealing with international issues is the key to success in many fields. Through the International Business major, you will develop business knowledge and skills that address the challenges and opportunities of today’s global economy... [+]

Whether you are preparing for a career in the U.S. or abroad, the practice of business has gone global. Understanding the dynamics of overseas business cultures and dealing with international issues is the key to success in many fields. Through the International Business major, you will develop business knowledge and skills that address the challenges and opportunities of today’s global economy. You will gain a solid business foundation strengthened by insight into the multinational elements of business practice, including communication, economics, finance, management, and marketing. International Business majors are encouraged to complete a dual major or a minor program in order to gain a competitive advantage in the job market. Quick Facts With just two additional courses added to your coursework, International Business majors can double major in Finance or Marketing. Two majors in these in-demand fields will give you unparalleled flexibility when it comes to internship and career opportunities. You may also distinguish yourself in the classroom and beyond as a member of the Global Scholars Program in the College of Business. You will have opportunities to study and/or work abroad through short-term or semester-long programs sponsored by the College of Business. You will help host and network with international business professionals at the International Business Breakfast Series. You will complete an internship with a business enterprise or government agency that engages in international activities. International Business Curriculum International businesses need highly trained professionals with knowledge of all aspects of global enterprise. In our interdisciplinary major, you will take a common core of business classes with other business students, including: accounting business law management marketing finance business information systems To expand your knowledge of the field, you will take internationally focused business and liberal arts courses such as: MAN 311 International Management MK 311 Multinational Marketing FIN 322 International Finance COMM 348 Intercultural Communication EC 371 International Monetary Economics EC 372 International Trade Internships Work experience and opportunities to network with international businesses are important to success in the field. We work closely with the University's office of Human Resources and Career Development Center in order to provide international business students with internships that gain them hands-on experience at local businesses and government agencies conducting activities internationally. Students may also opt to complete an internship abroad. Each internship has a faculty sponsor acting as a mentor for each student. Faculty You'll be taught in small classes by experienced professors, not graduate students, who take a personal interest in your progress. Their prime focus is teaching and mentoring you, and our students find their professors easy to approach and available for one-to-one consultation. All international business faculty members bring active regional, national, and international consulting experience to the classroom. They are involved in research, publish in national and international journals, and present their work at conferences. Five-year Bachelor/MBA Program As part of our International Business major, you will have the opportunity to take part in our five-year Bachelor/MBA program. Today, more than ever, students will need an advanced degree to compete in our highly competitive global environment. The Western New England University Five-year Bachelor/MBA gives students a marked advantage in the job market while saving on tuition costs. SAP Training SAP, the all-encompassing computer software used by major corporations worldwide, is integrated into the curriculum of the College of Business. Sources indicate that SAP expertise is highly valued by prospective employers, and college graduates with knowledge of SAP may earn significantly higher starting salaries. International Business Breakfast Series The College of Business plays host to the International Business Breakfast Series, an initiative that integrates events designed for students with the needs of the business community. Each session includes one or more successful business leaders whose experiences with the challenges and opportunities of global business offer opportunities for practical insights and discussion. Business students are active in: Honors Program Study Abroad Program Beta Gamma Sigma (Honor society) Alpha Lambda Delta (First-year honor society) Alpha Kappa Psi (professional business fraternity) Management Association as well as varsity and intramural sports, special interest groups, and student government. [-]

Bachelor in International Business

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

International business majors are mission and purpose driven and seek ways to positively influence those around them. [+]

Bold and astute business leaders are in demand in today's complex and volatile economy. The College of Business at ORU combines a cutting-edge business education with a biblical worldview. Our program is designed to meet a broad array of career objectives and interests . International business majors are mission and purpose-driven and seek ways to positively influence those around them. The international business major at ORU prepares students to step into positions in international firms. Along with a solid business foundation, majors in this field are exposed to foreign language and culture classes in their chosen business language minor.

Outcomes

With a degree in finance you can gain access to the following careers or career fields: - Consultant - Long-range planner - Financial analyst - Investment banker/broker - Venture capitalist - General management - Corporate finance portfolio management - Retail financial services ... [-]


Bachelor in International Business and Ministry (Online)

Oral Roberts University
Online Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Tulsa

Bold and astute business leaders are in demand in today’s complex and volatile economy. The College of Business at ORU combines a cutting edge business education with a biblical worldview. Our program is designed to meet a broad array of career objectives and interests. [+]

Program Overview International business and ministry majors are driven by a passion for international business and ministry. They tend to be purpose driven and seek to positively influence others. The degree prepares students to have promising careers in international businesses or ministries. Along with a solid business foundation and international business training, the degree requires a minor in theology. What Do You Have to Look Forward To? With a degree in international finance and ministry you can gain access to the following careers or career fields: Consultant Management and marketing positions in international or domestic businesses Business positions in domestic or international ministries and non-profit organizations International business analyst Entrepreneurship Ministry Course Offerings Include: Principles of Financial Accounting Principles of Managerial Accounting Quantitative Analysis Principles of Marketing International Business International Marketing International Finance Strategic Management Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Microeconomics [-]

International Business

Florida International University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Tamiami

In today's business world, the globalization of markets and production is more evident than ever. Global trade is growing at unprecedented speed and is affecting all businesses, even those focused on the domestic market [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. In today's business world, the globalization of markets and production is more evident than ever. Global trade is growing at unprecedented speed and is affecting all businesses, even those focused on the domestic market. To be successful, managers must be aware of the importance of regional trade agreements and supra-national organizations, and the effect of foreign exchange systems and the effect of fluctuations in foreign exchange. Students who major in international business develop an understanding of these important issues along with knowledge of the strategies used by multinational corporations and how to manage in a cross-cultural environment. [-]

Bachelor in Business Economics

SUNY Cortland
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Cortland

You’ll integrate economic theory and applied economics with an emphasis on management with this unique among SUNY institutions degree. Your course work will be typical of a traditional business administration major but with an emphasis on the development of both technical and analytical skills in a strong liberal arts context. [+]

You’ll integrate economic theory and applied economics with an emphasis on management with this unique among SUNY institutions degree. Your course work will be typical of a traditional business administration major but with an emphasis on the development of both technical and analytical skills in a strong liberal arts context. Career Potential Economic consultant Management Entrepreneur Policy analyst What Will I Learn? You’ll be able to explore International trade and finance Economic development Money and banking Environmental economics Plus interesting and timely topics related to Government spending Globalization The importance of politics and our economy Concentration Options Environmental Management Financial Management Human Resource Management International Business and Economics Special Features Internships/Cooperative Education Economics Club Study abroad opportunities 4+1 M.B.A. program with Clarkson University Why Study at SUNY Cortland? See the Student Center [-]

International Business

University of South Carolina
Campus September 2017 USA Columbia

The mission of the Moore School's undergraduate international business major is to develop within students a transnational mindset: To encourage students to build on and challenge their existing knowledge, and to recognize and step beyond their own cultural perspective; to develop within students the ability to process new information, build new mental models and function effectively within different environmental contexts; to provide students with the analytic building blocks for understanding an ever-changing global market [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. For almost two decades the international business undergraduate program at the Darla Moore School of Busines has been ranked #1 among American universities. The Moore School's Sonoco International Business Department as a whole has received ample recognition for their academic, research and field leadership. Class Profile Graduates are employed in companies involved in importing and exporting, multinational companies and foreign companies investing in the United States. The Program International Business is any business activity that occurs between people or organizations from different countries. This major leads to positions with an international context in areas such as finance, accounting, purchasing, marketing, production, logistics and planning. The mission of the Moore School's undergraduate international business major is to develop within students a transnational mindset: To encourage students to build on and challenge their existing knowledge, and to recognize and step beyond their own cultural perspective; to develop within students the ability to process new information, build new mental models and function effectively within different environmental contexts; to provide students with the analytic building blocks for understanding an ever-changing global market." - Dr. Nancy R. Buchan This is accomplished through: A comprehensive and competitive program led by our renowned international business faculty Completion of internationally relevant classes selected from the Carolina Core general education courses Completion of leading-edge international business curriculum Completion of a second business major Completion of multiple advanced level language courses Completion of at least one semester abroad through one of our partner exchanges at over 30 of the top business schools worldwide Courses The Sonoco Department of International Business at the Moore School has lead the field of undergraduate education in creating progressive, thought-provoking, engaging courses that challenge students to think beyond their comfort zones. Each class exposes students to the vast complexities of our changing world and helps them develop the skills needed to make the best business decisions in environments of increasing globalization, great uncertainty and multiple points of view. To prepare them for courses in the IB major students are recommended to take a variety of internationally-related Arts & Science courses from the Carolina Core. Double Major In addition to receiving a strong international business education, students are also required to complete a second major at the Moore School. This additional concentration helps them develop specific functional skills that enhance their effectiveness as business professionals. Foreign Language Study Language skills not only catapult the efficiency, insight and networking skills of a global professional to a higher level, but such proficiency also allows an individual to gain deeper insight into the culture, values and context of the people with whom they are working. In order to enhance this cross-cultural capability, IB students must complete several advanced-level courses in a foreign language (often resulting in a language minor). The languages available at USC include Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish. Explore the World The Moore School's strong international links have allowed us to develop partnerships with over 30 of the best business schools around the world. Every spring, juniors majoring in International Business have the opportunity to study at one these schools through our direct exchange programs. These partnerships allow students to build a network of global contacts with future business leaders around the world. Find your place in an ever changing world. Measure yourself in the classroom against the globe's best students. Explore global employment opportunities. Creating Global Citizens The most effective global managers can understand and navigate the complexities of international business while also building meaningful and responsible relationships with peoples of various nationalities, value-systems, administrative styles, and world experiences. Moore's unique expertise in offering students opportunities to develop their cultural and emotional intelligence both inside and outside of the classroom is one of the reasons it has led the undergraduate field for over a decade. Global Internships The International Business major at the Moore School opens up a world of opportunities for our students to intern around the country and the world. Our double-major system facilitates placement in a multitude of global sectors. The functional major equips them with the skills congruent with various industries and roles; the International Business major prepares them for immersion into the vast complexities of real-world business. Whether working while abroad or domestically in an multinational corporation, our students impress employers with their transnational capacities and business knowledge. [-]

Bachelor in International Business

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Warrensburg

The courses in this program use a team-based learning approach, rather than lecture, to help you understand both the theory and practice of management. You'll organize activities, implement decisions and learn to lead other effectively. [+]

The courses in this program use a team-based learning approach, rather than lecture, to help you understand both the theory and practice of management. You'll organize activities, implement decisions and learn to lead other effectively. Why Choose Management at UCM? You'll enroll in the Integrative Business Experience where you'll start up your own business and manage a service project for a nonprofit organization. IBE has donated more than $200,000 in profits in the past seven years. The Management program at UCM is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. Management continues to be in the top 10 undergraduate majors targeted in the Midwest according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook. What will I study? You will work with a team to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for a career in management. Courses include: International Management Leading and Managing Teams and Organizations Management Communication Production and Operations Management What can I do with a degree in Management? Account Executive Attorney Insurance Agent Management Consultant Production Manager How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects. In Management, there are several involvement opportunities: DECA Delta Epsilon Chi Delta Sigma Pi Enactus Phi Beta Lambda [-]

Bachelor in International Business

University of St. Francis
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Joliet

The International Business program is designed to provide the student with an interdisciplinary degree combining courses in business, foreign language and area studies. Courses will be designed to emphasize applied practice thereby enhancing a student’s marketability in a variety of career options with global corporations, banks, government and non-governmental organizations, and other international organizations. [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. The International Business program is designed to provide the student with an interdisciplinary degree combining courses in business, foreign language and area studies. Courses will be designed to emphasize applied practice thereby enhancing a student’s marketability in a variety of career options with global corporations, banks, government and non-governmental organizations, and other international organizations. B.B.A./M.B.A. Five-Year Option In the final two semesters before graduation, senior business majors who intend to continue with an M.B.A. at the University of St. Francis may take graduate level M.B.A. courses for undergraduate credit to meet undergraduate requirements. Students who take two M.B.A. courses in their senior year are eligible to complete their M.B.A. in one year (attending full-time). See course catalog for additional details. Interested in a Business Minor or a Double Major? In some cases, there are only seven (7) to ten (10) additional courses to achieve a business minor or double major (varies by program; check catalog for details) Business Minors: Accounting, Computer Science, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, Transportation and Logistics Management, Interdisciplinary Business (for non-business majors). Business Majors: Accounting, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Health Care Management, Management, Marketing, Transportation and Logistics Management Curriculum Major Program (58 semester hours) Business Core Courses (37 semester hours) ACCT 125 Financial Accounting (3) ACCT 126 Managerial Accounting (3) BSAD 201 Business Law I (3) BSAD 250 Business Driven Technology (3) BSAD 495 Business Policy (3) ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics (3) ECPM 102 Principles of Microeconomics (3) FINC 242 Principles of Finance (3) MATH 121 Finite Mathematics (3) MATH 175 Statistics (4) MGMT 150 Management and Organizational Behavior (3) MKTG 175 Principles of Marketing (3) Students must complete PHIL 330 Business Ethics to fulfill their second philosophy requirement for liberal education. Required International Business Courses (15 semester hours) BSAD 300 International Business (3) ECON 312 International Economics (3) FINC 359 International Finance (3) MKTG 395 International Marketing (3) FORL XXX Foreign Language (Intermediate 200 level or above) (3)* *The Foreign Language requirement may be substituted with another elective if competency is met. International Business Electives (6 semester hours) ARTD 202 Art and Culture Travel Studies (3)** GEOG 111 World Regional Geography (3) HIST 241 History of Africa (3)** HIST 242 The Middle East: Crucible of Conflict (3)** HIST 246 History of Latin America(3)** HIST 308 Politics and History of Eastern Europe and Russia (3)** HIST 349 Modern Europe (3)** MGMT 412 Global Logistics (3) POLI 103 Introduction to World Politics, International Law, and Organization (3)** POLI 208 Comparative Political Analysis (3) POLI 328 The United States in World Affairs (3) RADM 314 Tourism Management (3)** THEO 290 World Religions (3)** XXXX 494 Selected Business Topics in any business major (significant 1-3 international component required) XXXX 498 Business Internship in any business major (significant 1-6 international component required) **Electives may be taken as General Education requirements or as electives for the major. Minor Program (18 semester hours) Required Courses (all 4 courses are required- 12 semester hours) BSAD 300 International Business (3) ECON 312 International Economics (3) FINC 359 International Finance (3) MKTG 395 International Marketing (3) Elective Courses (2 courses are required- 6 semester hours) FORL XXX Foreign Language (Intermediate 200 level or above) (3) MGMT 412 Global Logistics (3) POLI 103 Introduction to World Politics (3) XXXX 494 Selected Business Topics in any business major (significant international component required) (1-3) XXXX 498 Business Internship in any business major (significant international component required) (1-6) [-]

Bachelor of Commerce - International Business

Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 Canada Toronto

There is no better place to focus on an education in international business than at The Business School at Humber. You will develop the skills and knowledge you need to carve out a career not only in a multinational company but also in fast-paced small- and medium-businesses, and entrepreneurial ventures. Our program combines a balanced approach to teaching business, featuring case studies, problem solving, modelling, and incorporating a strong focus on marketing, finance and operations. [+]

International Business At Its Very Best There is no better place to focus on an education in international business than at The Business School at Humber. You will develop the skills and knowledge you need to carve out a career not only in a multinational company but also in fast-paced small- and medium-businesses, and entrepreneurial ventures. Our program combines a balanced approach to teaching business, featuring case studies, problem solving, modelling, and incorporating a strong focus on marketing, finance and operations. Our Program Humber’s International Business degree program will help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to carve out a career not only in a multinational company but also in nimble, fast-paced small and medium businesses, and entrepreneurial ventures. Our program combines a balanced approach to teaching business, featuring case studies, problem solving, modelling, and incorporating a strong focus on marketing, finance and operations. In years one and two you will be introduced to fundamental business concepts including marketing, e-commerce, finance, accounting, economics, law, business systems, human resources management and organizational behaviour. In years three and four, you will take specialized courses in international business. This will give you the opportunity to gain practical skills through applied projects such as creating a strategic plan to launch a business into an international market. You will gain experience developing processes from concept through to execution. In addition, the program features a number of breadth courses that will allow you to expand your knowledge and interests in areas beyond business. You also will learn from experienced professors and a network of industry professionals. You may also explore the opportunity to study abroad for one semester during year three. What You Will Learn Common Platform Years 1 and 2 This program is one of eleven Bachelor of Commerce degrees built on a common two year platform of business studies that gives students the time to decide their specialty. In years one and two, students learn the fundamentals of business, including accounting, business law, information systems, e-commerce, financial management, HR management and marketing. At the end of year two, students make their decision and spend their final two years specializing in their chosen business field. See all degrees on the common platform > Curriculum Highlights (Specialization Years 3 and 4) International Banking and Finance International Logistics Integrated International Marketing Communication Environmental Economics Management International Trade Law International Selling Strategies Work Placement The Humber Bachelor of Commerce – International Business program includes one full semester (14 weeks/490 hours) of paid work in the summer between your sixth and seventh semesters. This gives you the hands-on, real-world experience that employers value. Your placement will give you the opportunity to explore the field you’d like to work in when you graduate. We will work with employers and our industry partners to help you identify opportunities to pursue. Our Faculty are Experts Our experienced faculty combined with an industry-focused curriculum will give you the skills that employers value. Learn about problem-solving, project management and leadership skills, with a specific focus on operations and marketing. Career Options Global business is quickly becoming a part of every business. In 2007, Canada exported $440 billion in merchandise and imported $394 billion. As the world becomes more technologically savvy and conducting business over greater distances becomes easier, international business will continue to grow. Career opportunities: Foreign Investment Consultant Business Development Manager Logistics Manager Global Business Trade Consultant Customs Broker International Marketing Manager Potential employment opportunities: Commercial Banks and Treasuries Multinational Companies for Overseas or Head Office Assignments Small- or Medium-Sized Companies with Business Abroad Admission Requirements To be eligible for admission, you must possess the following: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including these required courses: Grade 12 English (ENG4U or equivalent) minimum 65 per cent Grade 12 Mathematics (MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or MHF4U or equivalent) minimum 60 per cent (Students who do not possess Grade 12U Mathematics or who have achieved a grade below 60 per cent may be considered for admission. Students will be required to complete a math equivalency course during their first semester at Humber. Additional course fees will apply.) Four Grade 12 U or M courses in addition to those listed above Overall minimum grade point average (GPA) 65 per cent or Mature student status or College or university transfer status All applicants whose first language is not English must meet Humber’s English Language Proficiency Policy. Selection: Admission selection is based on the academic criteria indicated. Meeting minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission. [-]

Bachelor in International Business

Muskingum University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA New Concord

The <strong>International Business major</strong> at Muskingum University provides students with a set of competencies necessary for success in today’s global economy by combining courses from diverse disciplines. [+]

Bachelors in International Business in North America 2017. The International Business major at Muskingum University provides students with a set of competencies necessary for success in today’s global economy by combining courses from diverse disciplines. Students learn the language and basic principles of business, accounting, and economics; acquire multicultural awareness and communication skills in a world language (English for non-native speakers); and gain an international perspective through their coursework in political science, History, and other areas. Related Areas of Study Accounting Business Economics French German International Affairs Spanish Student Opportunities Research In addition to senior seminars, which typically involve independent research under the tutelage of a professor, the department is involved in the Summer Fellows program. Recent examples of summer fellows projects include recalculating the Human Development Index to identify where education ranks as a priority for different societies, and using sophisticated techniques such as Date Envelopment Analysis to investigate the formation of strategic groups in Big Ten football. Employment Each professor usually has a student assistant to help with preparing for and operating classes as well as research. In addition, many of the professors in Economics, Accounting, and Business are involved in the First Year Program as seminar mentors, each with a student mentor earning internship credit. Study Abroad Muskingum University students have the opportunity to study for one or two semesters at a foreign university through the Muskingum or East Central Colleges (ECC) Consortium Student Exchange Programs. Currently, formal student exchange agreements exist with 16 universities in 12 different countries. In most cases there is no extra fee for participation in these exchange programs. Learn more about Study Abroad. Professional Activities The Northeast Ohio International Business Network (NOIBN), through Muskingum International Business alum David Hurtuk ('02) of LaSalle Bank, invited Muskingum University International Business majors to attend a reception for the international business community in Cleveland last year. The reception was jointly organized by the US Export Assistance Center (USEAC), Northern Ohio District Export Council (NODEC), Cleveland Foreign Consular Corp., Ohio Department of Development (ODOD), World Trade Center, Cleveland (WTCC), and other Northeast Ohio international business organizations. Majors had the opportunity to network with representatives of the Chicago International Trade Commissioners Association, representing consulates from 32 countries and Ohio manufacturers, distributors, exporters, importers, and service providers actively involved in international trade. Six junior and senior International Business students, attended the event, accompanied by program advisor Dr. Jean Morris. After Graduation Employers of Graduates from Muskingum's International Business program: Proctor and Gamble Magnetic Specialty in Marietta, working with Hispanic customers Progressive Insurance Meyer Tool, Inc., Department of Continuous Improvement Marketing/Public Relations field, McDonald's USDA's Agricultural Research Service Recent International Business graduates have enrolled in the following graduate schools: Kent State University University of Virginia Ashland University London School of Economics Case Western Reserve University Peace Agidi ('07), majored in French and International Business at Muskingum. She earned an MBA from Webster University and is employed in the Global Accounting department of Monsanto Corp. [-]