The international business major is an interdisciplinary area that integrates five areas of study from a global perspective: business, modern languages, history, politics and culture. Graduates may be employed by domestic firms operating internationally, by multinational firms doing business in the United States, by state or federal agencies involved with international trade and economic development, or by international organizations (United Nations, World Bank, etc.). Increasingly, even domestic firms are seeking International Business graduates for their business, language and multi-disciplinary skills. Students interested in graduate study may pursue the M.B.A., an M.S. degree in international business, an M.S. degree in international relations and/or the J.D. degree.
For additional programs and courses in this department, see Management and Marketing .