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International Business Program, Associate of Applied Science


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The International Business degree program in Business Management provides students with knowledge of the global economy, international trade issues, worldwide financial and business trends and marketing challenges in a global environment.

Students who complete the International Business Option have knowledge in international trade, foreign exchange, management styles and diverse corporate cultures; the basic principles of international accounting, comparative accounting standards and systems; the International Monetary Fund, budgets in comparative economies, trade deficits and world market economies; legal and technical aspects of business startups and continuance, import/export strategies; and communication skills for a multicultural environment.

Graduates are able to:

  • analyze international financial markets and their importance to nations and corporations
  • compare methods of communication used in different cultures
  • analyze the practical aspects of import-export activities of global business
  • examine the management and organizational issues confronting global business
  • analyze the international trade issues confronting national economies

This degree is offered through the Business and Public Service Department, whose mission is to provide challenging career-oriented undergraduate programs to business and public service students, educating them to the level of competency needed for successful transfer to four year institutions or immediate career path entry into the global market.

Curriculum – A.A.S. Degree


Total Credits 62 - 63


1 A Mathematics course, Precalculus I (MATH 112 ) or Statistics I (MATH 110 ), may be substituted through placement testing.
2 Select a course from the appropriate category of the General Education list.
3 A foreign language is recommended.
 

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