Core business concepts are the same wherever you go, but language and culture change. Get the experience you need to understand the global economy in CMU's international business program. You'll study foreign language and even go abroad in this hands-on program.
Why This Program & What You'll Learn
The economy is global. Your business education should be, too. An international business degree combines business knowledge with valuable cultural skills. At CMU, this interdisciplinary program includes foreign language training and study abroad. You might even complete an internship at a foreign company.
On campus, you'll work with faculty who are both talented scholars and businesspeople. With backgrounds in entrepreneurship, sustainability and other fields, these faculty will share real-world lessons.
You'll take classes in international marketing, tourism, law, finance and economics. Some classes are even taught in a foreign language.
Employers know: Our international business students are ready to work.
- CMU's international business program has won substantial support from the U.S. Department of Education.
- More than 90 percent of College of Business Administration graduates are employed within six months of graduation.
- All international business students study abroad or complete international work experience.
- CMU is a member of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education which aims to promote, enhance and foster innovations in the delivery of international business education.
Careers & Outcomes
A global perspective widens your horizons — and opens doors. Employers want to work with candidates who understand the complexities of the business world.
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