Understanding International Business
The International Business concentration in the Jack C. Massey College of Business delivers what businesses, government and non-profits are looking for — sound international business principles, practical background in a functional area, language proficiency and study abroad experience. With an associate’s degree in international business, you’ll be ready to work in entry level positions as an international human resources manager, international training manager, international operations manager, accountant, and in taxation and hospitality.
As part of the Business Life Employability Programme you will be invited to participate in events and training that will help you obtain job-ready skills, recognised certificates and to build up and valuable examples of your work that will give you a real employability advantage.
You can also choose from the following courses: Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Marketing; Applications of Finance; HR Management; Business Economics; Principles of Finance; Organisational Behaviour 2; Business Simulation; Business Analytics and Information Systems.
The study programme provides the graduate with specialist knowledge within the disciplines of the study programme, which gives the graduate high academic qualifications to develop solutions to issues pertaining to business administration in companies and organisations in the public and private sectors.
However, this programme is designed to prepare you for roles in a range of international business settings, with emphasis placed on export management, supply chain management, purchasing, foreign market analysis, and a variety of marketing management positions.