What is International Business?
The world economy is global. Understanding of global markets and regions of the world is critical for success in business. Studying international business provides insights into the global economy and business opportunities. Demand for individuals who understand the global context of business is increasing. From international trade and cross-border investments to the cultural issues are affecting the practice of business. Cross-cultural skills are increasingly valuable to employers faced with the challenge of operating in multiple markets.
What can I do with an International Business Degree?
- Work in international agencies
- International trade
- Global business operations
- Business development
- Foreign currency trading
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Why UM-Flint for my International Business Degree?
The International Business major is designed to prepare students for a marketing, finance, or management career in the international business environment. The International Business curriculum emphasizes understanding the differences between domestic and international business, understanding the global trade and investment environment, and recognizing the cultural, ethical and other issues that arise when firms engage in international business. Through this program, students will not only be academically prepared to succeed in this ever interconnected world, but will also have a global experience through a study abroad course or an internship at a multinational company. International business faculty members are available to consult with students wishing to pursue careers in any of the above-mentioned areas.