Undergraduate study in International Business
In International Business you will learn to understand the structure, processes and institutions of the international system as well as the organisations that operate in the global market.
What can you study in International Business?
You can study International Business as a single major or as a double major alongside one of the other majors offered within the Bachelor of Commerce. (These include Management, Marketing, Commercial Law and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.) You can also study towards the Bachelor of Commerce in International Business as part of a conjoint degree programme. (In a conjoint programme, you study for two degrees at once, attaining the qualification in a shorter time than it would take to complete the two programmes separately.)
You will learn about the economic, social, political and legal impacts of globalisation in business and industry, as well as the opportunities, challenges and rewards of managing an international business.
Courses in the International Business major include:
- INTBUS 151G: Business across borders
- INTBUS 201: Foundations of International Business
- INTBUS 202: Foundations of Strategy
- INTBUS 300: Firms across Frontiers
- INTBUS 305: Governing International Business
- INTBUS 306: Global and Regional Business
- INTBUS 307: International Management and Strategy
Where can undergraduate study in International Business take you?
- Country or regional manager
- Export-import manager
- Business analyst at mutinational firms
- Strategy consultant
- Policy analyst
Further study options
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