Global Business Management
Students in our Global Business Management program examine business management strategies and tactics used in other cultures. Our students appreciate the political and economic characteristics of today's multicultural business environment. Supported by a strong business core that covers accounting, economics, management, marketing, information systems, finance, and quantitative business analysis, our Global Business Management program prepares students to work in international business. Courses include global business management, global marketing, international trade and finance, international business law, and global supply chain and logistics.
Global Business Management majors are expected to study abroad during their sophomore or junior years to broaden their international knowledge and experience base. Students may select one semester-long study abroad program, two short-term study abroad programs, or a comprehensive international business management internship.
Global Business Management B.S. + MBA
Students who wish to also complete their MBA can choose the "Five-Year Fast-Track" curriculum (requirements link above) and achieve both an undergraduate Global Business Management B.S. and an MBA in five years.
Students are encouraged to participate in an internship for credit, through established relations with area businesses. The knowledge provided to students through the classroom and real-world internship experiences will increase their value to employers. A global business management degree will prepare students for careers in core business areas such as finance, marketing, supply chain, information systems management, or other business sector fields.
Examples of Jobs for International Business Graduates
Business Analytics Manager
Undergraduate Application Process & Requirements
Here is the link for the free application: https://www.francis.edu/Apply-Now/
Send your evaluated transcripts through any of the member organizations of the
National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) such as SpanTran
Applicants are required to submit scores from either the SAT I, ACT, TOEFL or IELTS. Use the codes below to have your official scores sent:
SAT code #2797
ACT code #3682