I fell in love with Rider the second I drove onto campus. It was exactly what I needed — a smaller college environment where I could excel and showcase my talents.
First-year - How to Apply
Rider is where your future begins. First-year students are defined as recent high school graduates who are attending college for the first time. There are so many opportunities ahead. Take the first step towards your tomorrow at Rider.
Transfer - How to Apply
No matter where you began your journey, Rider has the resources you need to continue moving forward. At Rider, transfer students are defined as students who are under the age of 25 and have credits from another college or university.
Continuing Education - How to Apply
Rider offers flexible pathways for adult learners aged 25 or over, including veterans and active duty military personnel, that allow you to begin or complete your college degree, prepare for an advanced degree or grow your knowledge for personal enrichment. Non-matriculated or visiting students should apply using the Continuing Education application.
Where potential becomes a plan
Rider business graduates are so in-demand, they often have more than one full-time job offer at graduation. International business majors have the world at their fingertips. Their diverse experiences set them apart from the crowd and prepare them for a wide range of business careers.
Our 120-credit program focuses on core business principles and strategies. You will take 21 international course credits.
Start strong to make it big
As part of your international business co-major, you will take an experiential elective to fully immerse yourself in the international aspect of business.
Financial aid resources
Learn more about financial aid, tuition and the various options we offer to make your college education affordable.