International Business (BS)
With the rapid globalization of business, companies must expand operations internationally to remain competitive. The success and survival of modern companies are dependent upon highly skilled executives competent in the implementation of management and organizational strategies to answer the complexities of business at the international level. The Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business degree program provides the essential skills, practices and specialization for students seeking well-defined careers as international business executives.
In addition to high-quality academics, Schiller offers its students the freedom to transfer to any of its campuses worldwide without penalty. This unique opportunity allows Schiller's international business students to interact with people from around the world and experience first-hand how different cultures affect global business.
The degree program is offered in six concentrations: Banking, Financial Management, Management, Marketing, Management of Information Technology, and Sustainable Business and Development. Students are encouraged to select a concentration at the end of the first year, though the decision may be delayed until the end of the second year. Students who wait until the end of the second year may experience difficulty in satisfying certain departmental requirements. This makes it mandatory for each student to see his/her academic advisor at least once per semester. Students will be required to complete 21 credits in their chosen concentration. A course cannot fulfill a requirement for both International Business and a concentration unless it is specifically required for both. BBA in International Business degree candidates may complete the course requirements for an additional area of concentration in one of the academic fields listed below.
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