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Students of international business administration learn how to navigate cultural differences and improve their intercultural communication in order to effectively manage a company overseas. The focus is generally on providing the managerial and leadership skills individuals need to conduct business on a global scale.
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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... [+]
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. [+]
International markets require professionals who provide strategic challenges and problems to which companies face global solutions. The overall objective of the program is to train professionals with knowledge, skills and attitudes to meet the challenges of national and international economic environment and adapt to changes thereof, through the planning and management of public and private organizations related to the various areas of international trade operating under a legal framework. [+]
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. [+]