International Business Student Learning Outcomes


Upon completion of the undergraduate B.A. program in International Studies - International Business, students will be able to:

  1. Integrate knowledge of key political, legal and ethical concepts held by diverse countries, regions, and international institutions to enable successful decision-making for issues related to international business and international relations.

  2. Formulate successful strategies based on evaluations of the economic policies of countries, regions, and international institutions.

  3. Apply knowledge of the cultural and social issues in a business situation to recommend courses of actions that incorporate appropriate response to cross-cultural differences

  4. Evaluate present and future opportunities and risks for international relations and business activities in overseas developed and emerging markets.

  5. Develop effective oral and written communication skills to analyze international situations to the target audience.

  6. Use a working knowledge of the core concepts with each of the foundational business disciplines to make business decisions.