About this course
International business studies explore the interface of faith, culture, and business. It prepares students for a rapidly changing and diverse society. It encourages critical thinking and creative approaches to solving global problems. It incorporates a global dimension for growth and life-long learning, and prepares students to change society for the better with competence and compassion.
As an international business major at Spring Hill College, you’ll explore:
The impact of globalization on countries, businesses and their citizens.
- The intricacies of international business management and finance.
- The role of the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, and the International Monetary Fund
- The political, legal, and economic environments of multinational organizations
- How cultural values impact management techniques
- International marketing strategy
- The logistics of international trade and cross-border investments
By studying international business, you will learn about world cultures and societies, and be challenged to approach issues from different perspectives. These skills are increasingly valuable to employers faced with the challenge of opening and integrating multiple markets and achieving cohesion and collegiality in increasingly diverse workforces.
- An official copy of an English proficiency test with an acceptable score (TOEFL: Internet Based Test – 80, Computer Based Test – 213; IELTS – 6.5; Cambridge Examinations (CPE or CAE) – C; or the Michigan Test (MELAB) 90)