Prepare for expansion
Learn cross-cultural communications as an international business major at Lynn. Gain the tools you need to pursue a range of international business jobs anywhere in the world.
As an international business major, you’ll learn from professors and experts who have experience in the field. Hands-on opportunities allow you to study abroad in major business hubs and experience business culture firsthand. And with fellow students from more than 80 nations, you’ll be exposed to an array of cultures just by sitting in the classroom.
What you’ll learn as an international business major
- International trade, investment, finance, business strategy, operations, marketing and intercultural literacy
- Strategies, risks and rewards of international operations
- Top methods in business plan development, international expansions and managing global resources
Learning doesn’t get more innovative than this.
At Lynn University, we embrace technology by encouraging our students to engage with course content through iPads, and our professors can develop custom course materials.
International business curriculum
Study global management, finance management and many other management courses as an international business major. Learn from experts and professionals in the field and experience hands-on learning to prepare you for an impressive career.
Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits in the following categories:
- 45 university core curriculum credits
- 36 college core credits
- 15 major credits
- 24 elective credits
BUS 280 Global Management
Understand and appreciate a host country’s culture as a key for successful business endeavors. Study economic analyses, political/legal assessments and market research to gain international business decision-making and strategy development. Learn the role of international agencies and the mechanics of trade.
MKT 392 Global Marketing
Learn marketing management activities from the perspective of firms doing business across national boundaries. Explore a theoretical analysis of the causes of international trade, including comparative advantage, Heckscher-Ohlin theory and more recent theories. Examine international trade policy, economic integration, trade problems of developing countries and the role of multinational corporations in world trade.
BUS 440 Global Operations Strategy
Study supply chain management in the global marketplace. Learn the importance of understanding and appreciating host country legal, cultural and technological environments. Determine current influences, practices and standards for structural and infrastructural decision-making across national boundaries. Explore the complexity of managing geographically dispersed operations with relationships among multiple entities.
International business jobs and careers
There are many career opportunities for graduates of Lynn’s international business program. No matter whether you start your career locally or internationally, this program will prepare you for a variety of international business jobs including:
- International entrepreneur
- Global corporation manager
- Public sector/international business specialist
- International organization researcher
- International marketing manager
You may also choose to continue your studies with Lynn’s MBA in International Business Management to pursue one of the following international business jobs:
- Corporate manager
- Chief executive/information officer
- Global business manager
- International trade specialist