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Hult's International Business
major provides the background, skills, and technological expertise for students to assume a responsible position in a private or public sector enterprise.
This program fosters graduates who can communicate, integrate and synthesize, and take a wider look at business, thereby understanding the global economic and political environment. This business studies degree focuses on integrating theory and practice, so that students understand the internal and external environments of business, while the selection of a concentration gives students an edge in a particular area. Students may elect to take any of the ten Hult International Business
major concentrations, but typical choices include Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Finance, International Economics, Management & Leadership, and Marketing.
Core Business Major Courses
Financial Accounting I and II
Finance I and II
Analysis and interpretation of quantitative Data
Ethical Practicesand Global Legal Principles
Marketing Research & Business Information Research
Strategic Management & Policy (incl.Business Game)
International Business Major Career Opportunities:
Major Learning Objectives:
- To provide students with a broad understanding of a range of modern industrial, commercial, and public sector organizations and the conceptual frameworks upon which the study of business and management is based.
- Gain practical and transferable skills to work in a variety of fields in business and management.
- Develop the management, leadership, and collaboration skills needed to work well in teams and to lead them
- Sharpen critical thinking skills through case analysis and problem-solving.
- Understand the role of ethics and social responsibility within the business community, society, and government.
Students in our business studies program earn a Bachelor of Science in Business
and upon graduation can explore career and professional opportunities in:
- Finance and Accounting
- Human Resources
- Positions in multi-national corporations
- Project Management
- Risk Analysis