The International Business Program offers the required knowledge for international transactions as well as the difference between local and international operations.
This program allows the students to develop insights into the international business field, while learning about the concepts of commercial transactions between two or more countries and understanding the difference between a local and an international operation.
The program grants the student the necessary tools to develop the essential skills needed to understand the various factors that must be considered when launching an international operation. In addition, this program should increase the students’ capability to comprehend the nature of international business at a micro and macro level. In this sense, this degree, combines specialized courses in international business, humanities, sciences, economics, accounting, and mathematics.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
· Recall knowledge in the areas of science, social sciences, arts and humanities, and basic subjects including mathematics, English, world history and western civilizations.
· Identify the practical applications needed to integrate management, marketing, accounting, and finance concepts to improve short-term and long-term organizational performance.
· Describe the international economic environment.
· Describe the international business environment.
· Identify international marketing practices.
· Discuss the complexities of international business management practices.
· Write in a unified and coherent manner appropriate to the subject matter. Use appropriate sentence structure and vocabulary.
· Incorporate diverse cultural perspectives into business decisions.
· Exhibit responsible behavior and show understanding of ethical concepts in simulated business environments.
· Examine program content in relation to ethical reasoning, social responsibility, global citizenship, civic engagement.
To prepare individuals to attain a global vision of the dynamic world of business by providing them with a foundation on the principles and processes of the economy, marketing, management, trade, government regulations, accounting, social responsibility, and business ethics.
To complete the admissions process, the candidate must meet and submit the following requirements:
The University requires all non-native English speakers to demonstrate a command of the English language that is necessary for success in college level classes taught in English.