International Business

Overview

The BBA with a concentration in International Business provides undergraduates with the analytical tools and conceptual framework needed to understand the international financial, political, and economic environment, how that environment influences a firm’s strategy and performance, how culture plays a role in guiding a firm’s strategic activities, and how a firm can leverage home and host country resources to overcome challenges inherent in managing a multinational enterprise. The academic program allows students to understand international business from three inter-related perspectives: international economics and finance, international marketing, and international corporate strategy.

Curriculum Information

For students entering GWSB Fall 2014 and forward:
BBA: IBUS Concentration Required Courses

Career Options in International Business

This field provides the basic academic foundations for entry-level positions in international business, particularly in multinational corporations, international banks, and governmental agencies. Such organizations include the Export-Import Bank, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and the Departments of Commerce, State, and Treasury, in addition to international institutions such as the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation.

For students who entered GWSB between Fall 2009 – Summer 2014:
BBA: IBUS Concentration Required Courses (Fall 2009 Curriculum)