50 Best International Business Schools
International business is a holistic field of study encompassing several fundamental business areas, including accounting, finance, marketing, management, supply chain operations, and trade, as well as related subjects like politics, government, law, sociology, culture, and foreign language. Study.com identified the top 50 schools with strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs in this field through the use of student surveys, data available through the Department of Education, and benefits offered by the schools, such as experiential learning, study abroad opportunities, and other unique characteristics. All schools selected are accredited, typically by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) or by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
1. Pennsylvania State University - Behrend College
Based in Erie, PA, Penn State Behrend’s Black School of Business offers you the option to magnify the value of your degree with a dual-major B.S. in International Business degree. Your first major is international business, and you have the flexibility to choose your second major among eight business areas, such as finance or management information systems. The courses are designed to provide you with business skills as well as improve your language and global culture knowledge.
When you are in your junior or senior year, can develop your international business skills through an internship, which may count toward academic credit, and all international business students must complete a study abroad component or international experience and you can choose from more than 300 program options available on six continents.
2. Maryville University of Saint Louis
St. Louis-based Maryville University offers a bachelor’s degree program in international business with courses that are taught by experts who are committed to helping you succeed. The curriculum is continuously being updated based on input from current business leaders, and the program has an emphasis on project-based learning. As a Maryville student, you’ll also be able to take advantage of networking opportunities with local corporations and organizations, like the Academy of International Business and the World Affairs Council of St. Louis as well as further your networking by joining the Maryland Business Organization.
3. Waynesburg University
At Waynesburg University, located in Waynesburg, PA, students can earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in international studies or a bachelor’s degree in international studies with a concentration in international business. The international studies minor allows business students to boost their knowledge of international relations, world poverty, and international economics. Students who choose the international studies major will have the options to complete an international internship or study abroad at partner schools with campuses in places like Costa Rica, China, Spain, Russia, Egypt, and England.
4. Illinois State University
Illinois State University in the city of Normal is the only public university in the state offering students an international business major. Within this program, students can further customize their learning experience by earning either a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts and by adding a specialization, like insurance, management, business information systems, or marketing.
An important component of this major is that students are required to complete credits in a foreign language. Another essential, complementary requirement is a study abroad experience, where you can put those foreign language skills and business skills into practice. Past graduates have attained work in international firms based in the U.S. as well as abroad.
Survey responses submitted by students were extremely positive noting the programs unique study abroad and real-world experience opportunities as well as the excellent staff and program director. Students feel that they leave the program prepared to be competitive in the job market. One student said that "the international business degree at Illinois State University goes above and beyond the required business essentials. This program offers valuable cultural insight and broadens the global perspective of business students to be able to adapt to the ever changing and globally connected work environment."
5. Benedictine College
Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, offers a B.A. in International Business that prepares students for a career in multinational business through a combination of coursework and an immersion experience. You can satisfy the immersion requirement through an internship or other valuable work experience that gets you practicing your skills. Apart from the classroom and real-world experience, you can join the Student International Business Council, which meets for discussion with other organizations and businesses and can help you make connections.
6. Messiah College
If you live near Mechanicsburg, PA, and are interested in international business, check out the B.S. in International Business program offered by Messiah College. Students can customize their program by taking a business specialty courses, like human resources or marketing, or choosing a minor in a foreign language, Chinese business, or Spanish business. Messiah students also have the opportunity to attain real world international business experience by traveling to major business markets, such as Europe, the UAE, or India, on a ten-week trip with the International Business Institute (IBI) or embark on a three-week trip to a developing country.
Messiah international business students responded very positively to our survey noting that IBI is housed at Messiah which allows for several unique learning opportunities. One student noted, "Joining the international business program at Messiah College was the single greatest educational choice of my life. The renowned I.B. Institute, housed at Messiah, sent me to 12 countries across 3 continents to take classes at foreign universities, visit corporate headquarters, and gain unparalleled cultural competencies."
7. John Brown University
At John Brown University, you can earn a BBA in International Business and choose one of three tracks: global perspectives, international experience, or language international business. Students here have access plenty of opportunities to immerse themselves in real-world study and practice. You can get involved in study abroad programs, mission programs, internships, and the ENACTUS initiative (an international organization of students and businesses). If you’re looking to study international management at the graduate level, you can pursue an MBA with a concentration in international business at JBU. This program involves a study abroad component.
8. D’Youville College
D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY, offers a combined 5-year B.S. and M.S. in International Business. The B.S.-M.S. program follows a progression of general educational and foreign language instruction, followed by the business core and a required international fieldwork experience. There’s also a 2-year M.S. in International Business that can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. It’s a great choice for working professionals looking to give their career a global boost. In this program, you can get hands-on experience through complete research projects, internships, and study abroad programs.
9. Madonna University
Undergraduates can earn a BSBA with a concentration in international business at Madonna University in Livonia, MI. This degree program will help prepare you for career by way of the required internship during your senior year, and throughout the degree program, you can attend presentations through the CEO Lecture Series. Alumni have started successful careers with companies such as Comerica Bank, Home Depot, and Nordstrom. After graduating, you can go ahead and start your job search, or you can apply to graduate school. Madonna University also has a graduate certificate program in international business management.
10. Clarion University of Pennsylvania
At Clarion University, students can earn a BSBA in International Business. Required courses cover topics in includes economic development, international economic systems, and international economic relations. You can seek opportunities to participate in student exchange programs and internships. Clarion University also offers a minor in international business, which can be a good complement to a major in economics. Students who are enrolled in relevant fields other than business may also complete this minor.
11. Oral Roberts University
Oral Roberts University, a Christian school in Tulsa, OK, offers two options for an international business degree. Students who complete the B.S. in International Business program must choose a minor in a foreign language: Spanish, French, Arabic, or Chinese. Those who pursue the B.S. in International Business and Ministry will be prepared to work in international ministries, in addition to international businesses and organizations, and they must choose in a minor in one of these four Christian subjects: Youth and Family Ministries, Missions, Evangelism and Outreach, or Christian Apologetics. To further round out their education, students in both programs may also add on a concentration in entrepreneurship. At the graduate level, students can enroll in the MBA program with an added concentration in international business.
12. Eastern Washington University
At Eastern Washington University in Spokane, you can earn a BSBA in International Business. This program is AACSB-accredited and has a focus on multinational companies: You’ll learn about international business operations and economics in the home country as well as abroad, preparing you for a career with a multinational enterprise. Students who would like to pursue a business major in another field, like human resource management or operations management, could also choose to earn a minor in international business. The College of Business and Public Administration hosts frequent events for its business students, including speed networking and pitch-your-idea competitions.
13. Elizabethtown College
At Elizabethtown College, students who are admitted to this selective program can earn a B.S. in International Business. The curriculum includes foreign language and international communication coursework to provide business students with a holistic, worldly education. Foreign language options include Spanish, French, German, Chinese, or Japanese.
A semester-long study abroad program is another stand-out required component of this bachelor’s degree program, and past students have traveled to cities such as Beijing and Prague. Additionally, students can round out their training by collaborating in research projects with multinational organizations and participating in the school’s mentorship program.
Elizabethtown’s IB students had an overwhelmingly positive response to our survey with over 70% of respondents rating the program a 5 out of 5. Students called out the individual attention given by the faculty, small class sizes, comprehensive coursework, and real-world experiences through internships. One student said, "It’s a highly selective program and has strict requirements that challenge almost all in the program to complete a double major, have an internship, and study abroad experience. The professors are top-notch, all have worked for companies in the international business field, and since the program only admits about 20-25 students per class year the professors are highly accessible for personalized student development."
14. Grace College and Theological Seminary
Students can attain a B.A. in International Business at Grace College and Theological Seminary, a Christian school located in Winona Lake, IN. In addition to completing the major business coursework, you’ll also be required to take intercultural studies and foreign language classes. International business students gain real-world experience either through a study-abroad program or an internship. Past students have studied in Korea and Argentina, for example, and Grace College also has connections with many European universities.
15. Rollins College
Rollins College, located in Winter Park, FL, offers multiple IB programs, including a B.A. in International Business, in which you’ll go through an international experience and complete an international business internship. International business courses include international organization behavior and international financial management. Graduate-school aspirants can consider the accelerated 5-year B.A./MBA degree program.
Rollins College also has a dual-degree program in which students also earn a B.S. in International Management from Reutlingen University in Germany and graduate with German fluency and experience in an international internship.
Rollins was one of the highest rated programs based on our student survey with several students noting excellent professors, ideal class sizes, rigorous coursework, and readiness to succeed in their future careers. It is a highly respected program among students. One student commented that, "While the size of the department is small, the talent and professors behind is exceptional. The program has professors who have collected professional work-life experience in outstanding companies and completed their degrees at the highest levels (Harvard, Cambridge, LSE) and they can transfer their knowledge in small class sizes."
16. William Paterson University of New Jersey
William Paterson University of New Jersey (WPU), located in the city of Wayne, offers a B.S. in Global Business Studies. The required classes cover topics such as supply chain management, international management, globalization economics, and international marketing. As a student in this B.S. program, you’ll also need to gain real-world enrichment through job shadowing, a practicum, and/or an internship.
You’ll round out your education with a world languages requirement, a technology intensive requirement, and a writing intensive requirement, all of which are highly valued skills that can help you land a job. WPU further extends their efforts to helping you succeed in your career through individual mentoring, coordinated by the Pesce Family Mentoring Institute.
17. Husson University
Husson University in Bangor, ME, has a BSBA in International Business program that includes relevant business technology courses like social media marketing and e-commerce, as well as classes focuses on international marketing, exports and imports, innovation, and international finance. The capstone project for this program includes a computer simulation program, so that you can experiment with and experience international business scenarios. International business majors could also choose to complete a dual BSBA/MBA program that is coordinated over a 5-year span. MBA courses include business leadership, strategic change management, and global strategic management, plus electives.
18. Ramapo College of New Jersey
Based in Mahwah, NJ, Ramapo College of New Jersey offers a B.A. in International Business that provides an interdisciplinary historical, political, and sociocultural examination of the international business scene. Through this program, you can choose a regional concentration, such as Latin America or East Asia, and you are required to attain proficiency in a foreign language of that region. You can also add on a business concentration, like economics, information technology, or finance. These two specializations will help you focus your degree towards your career goals. Ramapo College also offers a China Immersion Experience for business students to get hands-on study in the international business community.
19. Chaminade University of Honolulu
Chaminade University of Honolulu offers a holistic B.A. in International Studies with a business concentration in international trade. Courses in the international trade concentration that emphasize Asian-Pacific interests and examine ethical issues, current economic issues, and global financial crises. Students can complete an internship as one of their electives, study abroad, as well as earn a certificate through the Hogan Entrepreneurs program. Chaminade University also offer an MBA with a unique concentration in island business.
20. Baker University
Baker University in Baldwin, KS, offers a major in international business that includes classes in international finance and international marketing. Students can complete a research project and an independent study, and they typically study abroad for one semester. This degree program also has a world language requirement, which is an excellent skill to have in the multilingual realm of business, and something you’ll work on before you study abroad. Unique learning opportunities for this school include the Dialogos Research Symposium and BOOK (Baker Organizational Observation for Knowledge) program.
21. Hillsdale College
Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, MI, offers a major in interdisciplinary studies in business and foreign language. The programs include a heavy emphasis on immersion with international language and culture and students are required to complete foreign language classes a study abroad program or internship. There’s a total of eight study abroad programs available, as well as some opportunities in Washington, D.C., including the Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program (WHIP), where you could intern with international trade organizations, and extracurricular summer activities at the Kirby Center in D.C. the city. If you go to the capitol, you can also take advantage of the city’s Student-Alumni Mentorship Program.
22. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Students can earn a B.S. in International Business from Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Eberly College of Business and Information Technology. In addition to the global studies aspect of this program, you will choose a traditional business concentration, such as marketing or human resources. In the past, students have traveled to countries such as Sweden and India for international experience. Eberly also offers an international business concentration for its MBA program, and business students can join the school’s International Business Association to learn more about international business issues and to begin networking.
23. Northern State University
Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD, has both an undergraduate major and a minor in international business. NSU’s School of Business has been listed as a Center of Excellence in International Business school for over two decades. Some examples of initiatives the Center coordinates are exchange programs and international business conferences. Students in the B.A. in International Business must complete a foreign language requirement; however, if languages aren’t your strong point or if you’re already bilingual, you may complete a cultural experience instead.
24. Catholic University of America
If you’re looking for an international business program that is guided by the principles of Catholic social teaching, then consider The Catholic University of America, which is based in Washington, D.C. This school offers a B.A. and a BSBA in International Business that incorporate a global experience (either study abroad, an internship, or a mission trip) and a minor in a foreign language.
It’s also possible for international business students to group their coursework around a specific region, and there is even a Certificate in European Studies option that complements the degree program. Additional learning opportunity are found by joining the school’s Business Professional Society, where students participate in field trips, networking events, and simulation activities.
Students who completed our survey called out the outstanding program faculty, small class sizes, and exposure to foreign languages and cultures. One student stated that the school has "outstanding professors with excellent opportunities for involvement with international organizations. While the location is not the only benefit, being in the nation’s capital amplifies the quality of this program."
25. Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg State University’s Kelce College of Business offers a total of four programs in international business. These include a BBA, an online MBA, a minor for business students who major in a related subject (like management and marketing) and a minor for non-business students.
This Kansas university also has an ENACTUS student organization, a global experiential learning and networking group. Past students have completed study abroad programs, internships, or research in countries such as Korea, Finland, and Brazil.
26. University of Southern Mississippi
If you choose to enroll at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, you can earn a BSBA degree in international business. This program is designed to help students not only build their business and cross-cultural skills and also develop skills in a foreign language.
International business majors are expected to collaborate with a business agency and to study abroad during their senior year, and the University of Southern Mississippi has established study abroad programs with the UK, Japan, and Korea (but it’s possible to study in other countries if your business interests lie in the Middle East or South America, for example).
27. Palm Beach Atlantic University
At Palm Beach Atlantic University, a Christian liberal arts school in West Palm Beach, FL, students can earn a B.S. in International Business. Courses are taught by faculty with real-world experience and the classes are small, so students can get individualized attention. The program is offered through its Rinker School of Business, which organizes a Chinese business and culture trip in the spring, and students can also pursue study abroad trips in other countries through the school’s Center for Experiential Learning. There’s an International Business Club, and the school has a valuable partnership with the Global Business Forum.
28. Salem State University
At Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts, you can earn a BSBA in International Business through the Bertolon School of Business. Students can complete foreign language courses as part of their electives or complete a double major in French, Italian, or Spanish.
The Bertolon School of Business is committed to helping you succeed through initiatives like the peer mentoring program, information resources, and writing resources. There’s a business and accounting lab, study rooms designed for working on group projects, and smart classrooms with a wide range of technologies, all to improve your educational experience.
29. University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
At the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, you can study international business at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. First, there’s a BBA in International Business that requires foreign language courses, a semester-long study abroad program, and a reflection project on the study abroad experience. Graduate students can earn an MBA in International Business, which requires nine credits of international business courses. The school reports that graduates of this had an employment rate of 100% in 2017.
30. Murray State University
Based in Murray, KY, Murray State University offers a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a track in international business. Students can focus on international business through classes in international business communications and international logistics, European economics, and women in the global economy. Two international business seminars are also offered. Murray State University also offers a variety of international business study abroad programs, including options in European destinations such as Paris, London, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Geneva. Other study abroad programs are offered in China, Japan, Hungary, and Chile. Plus, Murray State University is home to the Center for International Business and Trade, which has a wealth of networking opportunities and resources. An MBA with a concentration in global communications is also available for those who wish to continue their studies at the graduate level.
31. Marshall University
Marshall University, in Huntington, WV, offers several international business degree programs through its Lewis College of Business, which is AACSB-accredited and awards more than has more than forty business scholarships each year. First of all, you can earn a BBA in International Business, which includes traditional business and language courses as well experience-based learning opportunities. Marshall University also offers a BBA in Economics, which has a specialization in international economics, and a 5-year program that results in both a BBA and an MBA or M.A.
32. Oklahoma Baptist University
Based in Shawnee, OK, Oklahoma Baptist University has a BBA in International Business that is international through both its curriculum and in its student body, as it enrolls students from North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. The international business major requires 43 credits in business and 15 credits in specialized topics, like international marketing, international finance, and international management. Students can also choose between studying a foreign language or completing an internship, both of which have great benefits.
Students who responded to our survey prided their program on several factors including real-world business scenarios in the classroom, excellent student advisors, and top-notch professors. One student said the program "is based on real-life scenarios and not only theoretical knowledge. I leave class feeling completely capable to perform well in the real world."
33. University of Nevada - Reno
Students at the University of Nevada in Reno can earn a BSBA in International Business. This degree requires two years of study in a foreign language and a regional specialization that corresponds with the chosen language. Available tracks include Chinese/Asian, Japanese/Asian, French/European, Italian/European, Spanish/Latin American, and Spanish/European. After consulting with an advisor, you might also be able to select German and Portuguese tracks. Modifications to the international business curriculum may be allowed if students choose a study abroad program. University of Nevada - Reno students have additional opportunities to meet with like-minded peers and participate in events by joining the International Business Student Chapter, which forms part of the Nevada World Trade Council.
34. Southeast Missouri State University
At Southeast Missouri State University, students can obtain a BSBA in International Business. Bachelor’s degree students will have several options to practice their language skills as SMSU offers immersion programs and semester-long programs abroad. Many students get summer internships, and past international business bachelor’s graduates have interned and started careers with companies like IBM, Sprint, and Bank of America. SMSU also has an MBA in International Business, which requires an applied research project. And there is a special double master’s degree program that results in an MBA degree from SMSU and a Master’s in International Business earned abroad in Germany.
35. La Salle University
Philadelphia’s La Salle University offers a BSBA in International Business that includes traditional business and management courses, global economy and business courses, and regional courses that focus on the political economy of areas like Africa or Latin American. This bachelor’s degree requires you to either choose a second major in a relevant business discipline or complete a minor in risk management and insurance. La Salle University also requires an international experience, either in the form of an internship or a study abroad program. Semester-long programs are available in Italy, Switzerland, Mexico, South Africa, Australia, and several other countries.
36. Loyola University New Orleans
At Loyola University New Orleans, the College of Business offers a BBA in International Business as well as a minor in international business. You can customize your program through an independent study in international business, where you and a professor design the course together. High-achieving BBA in International Business students may be able to join the Honors program, which requires Honors courses and a business internship, as well as a thesis. Loyola University maintains partnerships with several business schools abroad for internships too, in cities such as Beijing, Melbourne, Milan, Barcelona, Rio de Janeiro, and Glasgow.
Students who responded to our survey gave Loyola’s International Business program glowing reviews in areas such as internship opportunities, foreign language options, and attentive faculty. One student noted that "there is not just a focus on a foreign language of my choice, but also great effort from the faculty to help us learn customs, culture, business etiquette, and even laws and regulations of the country or region we are most interested in."
37. St. Mary’s University
At St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, TX, you can study international business through the Greehey School of Business’ BBA in International Business degree program. What’s notable about the major is that it offers two tracks: international trade operations and international marketing. This can help you attain specialized knowledge that will help your degree stand out on your CV. Several foreign language courses are also required. As an international business student, you’ll be encouraged to attain an internship position, which can sometimes lead into a job after you graduate. Alumni have worked with organizations such as World Affairs Council of San Antonio, International Air Transport Association, and Universal Pictures International. St. Mary’s University also has several interdisciplinary programs in international and global studies with tracks in economic affairs, political and cultural affairs, and Latin American studies.
38. Wichita State University
Kansas’s Wichita State University offers a BBA in International Business and a minor in international business. Students who choose the BBA in International Business degree plan must choose a minor in another functional business subject, like operations management or entrepreneurship, and they must take foreign language course and complete a study abroad experience, usually a semester abroad. To meet your peers, join the student group, the International Business Studies Association. You can get involved with the business community is through the Center for International Business Advancement (CIBA) and the World Trade Council of Wichita.
39. La Roche College
Globally minded business students who attend La Roche College in Pittsburgh can major in international management, a program accredited by the ACBSP. The course of study is interdisciplinary, with classes in world geography, international monetary systems, international trade, and more. Foreign language courses and internships are strongly encouraged. La Roche College boasts small class sizes of 7-12 students, which will guarantee that you will work closely with your professors.
40. State University of New York at New Paltz
SUNY-New Paltz’s School of Business has a B.S. in International Business that includes classes like international marketing, international management, international politics, and cultural communication. The school’s Business Advisory Council and the Business Institute both work to connect students with the Hudson Valley business community, and the Council can help you find internships and job placements. SUNY-New Paltz also has an interesting academic program for international students getting an education in the U.S. - the Institute for International Business’ Certificate in American Business Practices program involves two months of coursework and two months of internship in NYC.
41. Ashland University
Ashland University, located in Ashland, OH, offers an interdisciplinary BSBA in International Business that requires at least four courses in a foreign language and a business internship. Study abroad programs are also available. As an international business student, you can collaborate and network with peers through four student organizations: International Association of Business Communicators, The Business Council for International Understanding, Association of Executives in Finance, Credit and International Business, and The Federation of International Trade Associations.
42. The University of Texas at Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas is a standout school because of the numerous undergraduate and graduate degree programs it offers in international business through the Naveen Jindal School of Management. These include a B.S. in Global Business, an M.S. in International Management Studies, and a Ph.D. in International Management Studies. If you’re pursuing the global business major, you must choose another business area for a concentration, a minor, or a second major. Options include innovation and entrepreneurship, real estate management, energy management, business analytics, and more. Both the M.S. and Ph.D. in International Management Studies also include concentration areas. At the master’s level, students can choose among six fields, including human resources, supply chain management, and information management technology. At the doctoral level, there are four major areas: international business, organizational behavior, strategic management, and entrepreneurship.
43. University of Minnesota Crookston
Students who attend the University of Minnesota in Crookston can earn a B.S. in International Business, which is offered both in on-campus and online formats, so if you’re working full time or have family responsibilities you can still get your bachelor’s degree! Students can customize their program of study through their choices in electives, and they can get real-world experience through fieldwork, internships, and study abroad programs. IB students can also join ENACTUS, an organization of students and businesses that operates at several business schools.
44. University of the Incarnate Word
If you attend University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) in San Antonio, Texas, you can prepare for a career in global trade through its BBA in International Business degree program. UIW ensures students begin to build your personal experience in business overseas by requiring a study abroad program, and it has sister schools in over 40 countries. Depending on your interests and personal finances, you could go for a short as one week or as long as one semester. UIW also has an MBA program with a degree concentration in international business that requires an international experience.
45. University of Nebraska at Omaha
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) has both undergraduate and graduate programs with a concentration in international business. At the undergraduate level, you can enroll in a BSBA program with two concentrations, one of which is international business and the other is one of five business options. The MBA degree program requires you to complete an international study tour where you’ll learn about American companies with operations in other countries.
Another standout feature of UNO is its Center for International Business Initiatives, which provides international business students with excellent opportunities to take part in research and study programs abroad. The center has a special focus on business in China and India, and has two separate spring break trips to these countries.
46. University of Rhode Island
The University of Rhode Island, located in Kingston, has a unique undergraduate International Business Program (IBP). It’s a five-year program in which you earn two degrees: a BSBA in global business and a B.A. in a world language. Foreign language options included Chinese, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Arabic, Hebrew, Japanese, and Portuguese! Language learning isn’t the only highlight of this program: you are also required to complete an international internship or study abroad for one semester.
47. SUNY College at Brockport
At the College at Brockport, part of the State University of New York system, you can earn a B.A. in International Business as well as access essential international business learning opportunities, including study abroad programs and internships for credit. Students in the past have interned with major companies such as Xerox, Barnes & Nobles, ITT, and Target. Outside of your degree program, you can join the International Business Club to network with peers. You can attend guest speaker events and travel to major business events with the club, further immersing yourself in the international business environment.
48. New Jersey Institute of Technology
Located in Newark, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has a B.S. in Business program with a concentration in international business. The requirements for your international business degree include a paid co-op work experience. You typically work full-time, and during your placement, you can enroll in two academic courses. You may even be able to complete a second co-op. Additional highlights of NJIT’s Martin Tuchman School of Management include its unique Flagship Alliance with IBM Global University Programs. Business students can attend workshops through the IBM Skills Academy to achieve technology skills and earn certifications, which can be a competitive advantage once you’re out of school and looking for your first job.
49. Fort Hays State University
Fort Hays State University, located in Hays, Kansas, offers a BBA in International Business and Economics. In this interdisciplinary program, you’ll get a strong business foundation along with an education in foreign language, political science, geography, and other worldly topics. The Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting helps students connect with internship opportunities. Another program you’ll want to consider is the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), which includes summer, semester, and yearlong study abroad programs in a hundred locations worldwide.
50. Virginia Commonwealth University
At VCU, students can get their B.S. degree in Business with a focus on Management and International Management. In this program students have the opportunity to earn six credits overseas through the school’s International Consulting Program where previous students have worked with companies like Pepsi, UNICEF, high end hotels and restaurants, and sports teams. Students are also encouraged to supplement their international business studies with a minor in a foreign language or international studies. Graduates of the VCU School of Business can also expect a great salary upon graduation, as the school reports an average starting salary of just over $51,000.