Program Objective

The main objective of the International Business program is to train students to become successful and strategic business professionals capable of understanding and managing all aspects of international business. Our curriculum is designed to build strengths with coursework that focuses on the international arena in finance, competition, entrepreneurship, global strategy, and international transactions.

What are you going to be?

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Promoter and Administrator of International Business

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Analyst of Financial and Commercial Techniques with Worldwide Projection

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Business Opportunities Manager

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Program Description

The Bachelors in International Business program has been structured to include the following components: (i) General Education (30 credit hours); (ii) business core (30 credit hours); major courses (60 credit hours).

This program prepares aspiring entrepreneurs to work in international business careers. It offers core courses that contribute to the development of knowledge in management, economics, accounting for international commerce, quantitative methods and more. The program equips students to advance as business leaders by acquiring a balanced mix of scientific and technical knowledge to develop strategies and solutions to successfully steer in an increasingly complex and competitive global market. The program is comprised of 40 courses and a total of 120 credits

Which positions will you have?

Commercial, Marketing, Sales, or Customer Service manager in Companies.

Products or purchasing manager within retail, Distribution chains and international trade.

Manager of your own company.

Program Outline

You will learn strategies to detect opportunities, analyze markets and manage business models in an international scope.

General Education
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • American Federal Government
  • General Education Biology
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • College Algebra
  • Basic Physics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
Business Core
  • Business Law
  • Principles of Management
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Basic Business Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Math
  • Corporate Finance
  • Microeconomics
Major Courses
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Law II
  • Law of International Trade and Customs
  • Advanced Legal Environment
  • Trade Policy and Business
  • Calculus for Business
  • Applied Business Statistics
  • International Business and Finance
  • Budgeting
  • Introduction to International Management
  • Decision Making and Negotiations
  • Logistics Strategy
  • International Business Law
  • International Risk Assessment
  • International Environment
  • Leadership in Multilateral Institutions
  • International Economics
  • International Capital Markets
  • International Entrepreneurship
  • Global Logistics
  • English Composition I
  • English Composition II
General Education Electives

Select one of this two:

  • Introduction to Physical Science
  • Descriptive Astronomy

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  • Introduction to Environmental Science
  • Technology, Humans and Society

Select one of this two:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Introduction to Human Nutrition