Here at Lynn, our student body derives from more than 80 nations, so you’ll be exposed to global viewpoints and will make international contacts right from the start.
In class, you’ll learn to deliver presentations, manage your own simulation-based company and attend workshops and lectures with successful corporate leaders.
You’ll have lots of opportunities for hands-on learning and networking, too. Our innovative “Lynn Learning in Action Project” allows you and your peers to work with an actual business, making recommendations to solve their problems. In the past, our students have helped a local company expand into another country, developed a marketing campaign for a non-profit organization, and assisted a high-tech startup in finding new applications—and more marketability—for their current products.
And more than that, you’ll take at least one internship as an international business management student—so by the time you’ve earned your degree, you’ll have developed your skills in a multi-cultural environment and put them on display out in the real world. No matter if you start your career locally or internationally, your degree in international business management will leave you prepared.
Learn more about earning an MBA in International Business.
Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:
- International entrepreneur
- Global corporation manager
- Public sector / international business specialist
- International organization researcher
- International marketing manager
We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.
You’ll take classes including Global Management and Global Finance Markets as an international business management major. Major topics of study will include international trade, investment, finance, business strategy, operations, marketing and intercultural literacy.
General education classes will be satisfied through our Dialogues of Learning core curriculum—a program that relates real-world topics to traditional studies. Learn more about the B.S. in International Business Management: