- Major in International Business — 24 credits
- Minor in International Business — 12 credits
This program prepares students to become international business leaders who can manage effectively in an increasingly complex multicultural and multilingual global marketplace. Students graduate with the ability to understand international management concepts and trends, the international environment, institutions and practices, cross cultural sensitivity, and interpersonal, negotiation, and leadership skills. Students also learn how to generate global and local creative strategies, as well as the skills to effectively implement them. The program is a combination of a solid business core, plus exposure to the culture, politics, and economics of various regions of the world. Students are strongly encouraged to follow language courses and to participate in the International Student Exchange Program.
Sample courses include:
International Financial Management, Environment of World Business, Management of Multinational Corporations, Cross Cultural Communications and Management, International Marketing Management, International Business Law
International Business Co-op Program
This program examines international business issues from a strategic perspective while offering exposure to several disciplines including international management, marketing, finance, as well as international aspects of politics, economics, and sociology. Students benefit from the program’s practical orientation toward the exporting of goods and services, dealing with the challenges of a complex multicultural and multilingual marketplace, and exposure to the legal implications of operating within a global environment.
Work tasks may include:
- Performing on site audits of international standards procedures and implementation
- Studying the implications and repercussions of international policy change on domestic and international markets
- Local and international sourcing, allocation and distribution of industrial materials
- Short and long term forecasts for product sales and competition in key markets
International Business (BComm - Major/Minor) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
International Human Resources Manager, Trader/Market Specialist, Business Development Manager, Import/Export Manager
See the BComm degree description for more information on the core and elective requirements.
Undergraduate admissions guidelines: For information on international admission, required documents, proof of language proficiency, the university admissions timetable, selection and notification process.