International Business

International Business

Master skills for a global marketplace.

All aspects of a business: finance, marketing, management, and accounting must be considered in the context of a dynamic global economy. Your studies will equip you with the knowledge of cultural protocols and trade laws. With a global economy accessible to businesses with the advancement of technology, businesses must stay competitive and aware of their market. Courses will prepare you to serve effectively as a business expert in a global business world, while integrating faith with learning in a professional atmosphere.

What distinguishes Cornerstone's International Business program?

Ian Taylor '15 | Major: International Business

"As an International Business major, CU prepared me for more than my career; it prepared me for my future. I was able to get a broad understanding of the social and economic environment of different cultures. Some core areas that I was able to study included: economics, finance, management, business law, accounting and marketing. I feel that I am prepared to conduct business in a fast-paced environment through Christ-like practices."

What can I do with a major in International Business?

  • Business as Missions
  • International Market Development
  • International Banking Officer
  • Cultural Advisers
  • Foreign Services

How can I complete my degree program in three or four years?

Download sample degree plans for a major in International Business.

3 Year International Business Degree Plan

4 Year International Business Degree Plan

With a major in International Business, what classes will I take?

International Business Experience | BUS-215

Acquire a hands-on overview of global business challenges and opportunities, touring selected country firms and organizations and visiting with industry executives with the purpose of exploring country-specific business practices and cultures.

International Marketing | MKT-359

Study global markets within the context of general, regional, and country-specific environmental forces, including managerial challenges of implementing international marketing strategies. Emphasis is placed on environmental analysis, international marketing strategies, and current international marketing issues, including the challenges of standardization, adaptation, marketing laws and ethical considerations and practices.

Who can I contact for more information on a major in International Business?