International Business, Bachelor of Science

International Business

As technology continues to bring countries closer together, the need for individuals well-versed in global commerce expands. A degree in international business is designed to help students prepare for a career in an organization that does business both domestically and in one or more countries abroad.

This growing field is ripe for motivated individuals with an interest in all aspects of global commerce and culture.

Program Outcomes

  • Describe, interpret and distinguish between types of economic systems and analyze exchange functions within various systems.
  • Analyze and interpret the economic climates and risks of various countries.
  • Demonstrate and apply fundamental management techniques pertaining to the American workplace with the ability to comprehend those of other cultures.

Course Requirements

View the courses required for a Bachelor’s degree in International Business.

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Academic Plan

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Career Options

A degree in International Business can be used in more ways than you may think. Take a look at some of the potential careers that can result from this area of study.

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4-Year Career Plan

The path to your future career starts long before graduation. Learn what steps you need to take along the way to put you a step ahead.

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Global MBA Course Opportunities

Students majoring in International Business who are interested in continuing their education by pursuing the Friends Global MBA degree can now complete one half of the Global MBA Core during their undergraduate career. Courses that will be accepted as part of both the International Business and Global MBA degree programs are INBS 510: Global Business, MRKT 571: International Marketing and MGMT 541: Cross-Cultural Communications and Negotiations. Please contact your adviser if you’re interested in adding these courses to your degree plan. It’s a great way to get a head start on the Global MBA!

Featured Faculty

Arlen Honts

Dr. Arlen Honts

  • Professor of Business; Division Chair of Business & Information Technology
  • Business and Information Technology
  • B.S., M.B.A., University of Oklahoma; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University