The International Business Co-major is designed to enable students in the College of Business Administration to expand the breadth and depth of their knowledge by combining international business with another business major.
Concurrent business majors include:
- Business Administration
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Healthcare Management
- Information Systems
- Entrepreneurial Studies
- Human Resource Management
- Management and Leadership
- Organizational Psychology
- Sport Management
Students in the international business co-major take four international business elective from a list including such courses as international advertising, international business law, independent study: global business, advanced seminar in global outsourcing, international trade and investment, comparative economic systems, international entrepreneurship, international finance, international management and international marketing.
Students also take an experiential elective such as a global business internship, a global business study tour, independent study or a study abroad program.
B.S.B.A. in International Business
For more information about the International Business Co-major, contact:
Dr. Hsieh is currently an Assistant Professor of Management Sciences in the Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. She received her Ph.D. degree in Statistics from the Stern School of Business, NYU in 2006. She has over eight years of applied research experience at diverse private organizations, including IBM Research, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and Activision. Her current research interests are applied statistics in supply chain management and predictive analytics.