The increasing importance of international business has implications for markets across the entire geographic spectrum—local, regional, national and global. Trends in international business, innovation and trade have an impact on markets for goods and services; increase the interdependence of government policies across the globe and influence consumption, production and investment decisions of individuals and firms.
At the LeBow College of Business international business research and teaching is conducted by faculty from various departments in the College as well as the School of Economics. The international business major explores the international business environment as well as the internal workings of multinational corporations and the impact of international considerations in the various functional areas of business. Students also have the option of studying a language as part of International Business major.
Events, Seminars and Dissertations
Join us for answers to your last-minute college questions and a sneak peek at Gerri C. LeBow Hall (GHall).
What makes international business different from local or domestic business? Is there truly such a thing as business with no international exposure? We will discuss these questions and more during our session on international and global business.