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International Business Program
Becoming a Global Business Leader
Do you enjoy traveling and are you interested in diversity and world cultures? The International Business program at Ashland University might be for you.
Our International Business program combines a solid core of business courses with classes in international business/culture, international marketing, global finance, global management, international economics, and foreign languages for a diverse education you can apply globally.
What to Expect in the International Business Program
The demand for professionals who can work in international settings will continue to increase as companies expand their global markets. As an International Business major at Ashland University, you’ll be challenged to think globally and develop an awareness of the culture, political, and economic aspects of business so you’re equipped to be an invaluable asset in any global business venture.
International Business Program Benefits
This program prepares you to work for a foreign corporation or serve as an international business specialist for an American company. You can expect:
- To learn skills required to work in the global marketplace
- Small class sizes with individualized attention
- Access to an interdisciplinary faculty with real-world experience in global business
- To further your global experience with unique study abroad opportunities in Taiwan, France, and the Netherlands
This program features a curriculum focused on international business models combining management, languages, economics, and political science for international opportunities. You’ll learn about international relations and how finance policies affect business decisions for a well-rounded global education.
Sample courses include:
- Foreign Language
- International Business Culture
- Business Communication
International Business Career Outlook
Average Career Salary
Anticipated Career Growth
An internship or position with the U.S. Government may be ideal for those who have an interest in foreign affairs or international economics and business. The Foreign Service Act of 1980 designated four official foreign affairs offices within the U.S. Government: the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service (USFCS).
- Bilingual Educator
- Customs Broker
- Export Sales Representative
- Foreign Trade Consultant
- Global Sourcing Specialist
- International Business Development Manager
- International Investment Specialist
- International Trader
- Marketing Representative
- Political Risk Analyst
- Research Analyst