Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a concentration in International Business
We live and work in a global economy that is constantly changing. Consumer and business needs are always evolving and new regulations and trade agreements happen almost daily. In addition, the Internet has helped to erase geographic boundaries so now even the smallest companies have international customers.
Organizations that do business internationally need professionals who understand the complexities of working with foreign companies. New opportunities exist overseas for company partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, sales, outsourcing, and other relationships, and trained individuals must determine which prospects make the most sense for their organization.
On the flip side, anti-U.S. attitudes and political and social trends in Europe, Russia, Asia, China, India and the Middle East will affect a company’s future. They will need someone to recognize these threats and help strategize to overcome them.
Those who succeed in an international business career will be able to monitor and manage differences in:
Successful International Business leaders must understand and respect other cultures and their regulations. They must enjoy traveling and have in-depth knowledge of other countries. It is also helpful to speak at least one foreign language.
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