Business Administration – International Business Global Mgt. Track

  • Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Certificate
  • AAS Day Program: 4 semesters
  • AAS Evening Program: 11 semesters, including 3 summer terms
  • Certificate Program: 2 semesters
  • Admission Cycle: Every Semester
  • Maximum Number Admitted Annually: Open

Career Description

The International Business/Global Management track is a unique concentration under the Business Administration curriculum title. The track is designed to prepare individuals for positions in international business through studies in business, social science, foreign language, and specialized courses in international marketing, law, economics, and trade practices.

Students will be expected to demonstrate language skills; a knowledge of geographic, political, and cultural differences; the ability to process import/export documentation; and a knowledge of international economics and business practices.

Careers Available

Graduates should qualify for a variety of positions in import/export departments, freight forwarder companies, custom house brokerage firms, international banking, state and federal government organizations, global organizations, or other internationally active businesses.

Entry-Level Salary

  • Degree graduates: $25,000 – $30,000/yr.
  • Certificate graduates: $15,000 – $25,000/yr.

Course of Study

Coursework includes international accounting, management, marketing, communications, business law, and economics, as well as general education courses. Cooperative education opportunities may be available. Related skills are developed through the study of foreign language, computer applications, financial analysis, critical thinking skills, and ethics appropriate to today’s global economy.

Recommended Courses and Skills

Strong math and accounting background, high school algebra strongly recommended. Foreign language, strong reading comprehension and basic computer skills.

Helpful Personal Attributes

General awareness of the international business environment, strong communication and interpersonal skills, good decision-making skills and awareness of cultural diversity, computer keyboarding and technology application abilities and tolerance, and adaptability to various work environments.

Program Contact

If you would like additional information about the Business Administration/International Business Program, contact Deana Ray, Department Chair/Interim Program Coordinator, at 336.734.7167 or