The Global Business major is a joint program consisting of courses offered by the School of International Relations in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Marshall School of Business. Students successfully completing the program receive a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with an emphasis in Global Business. Please note that the diploma will read, BA in International Relations, and the emphasis will not appear on the diploma. This program is available to students with junior standing who have met the prerequisites listed below. Majors in International Relations with an emphasis in Global Business will explore the analytical concepts of the relations between states and other international actors with in the context of the global economy thorough a combination of IR courses and foreign language study. Students will choose one global business specialization from International Finance, International Financial Management, Global Marketing and Global Management completing a specific sequence of courses in the Marshall School of Business.
This is an ideal major for students interested in combining the breadth offered by international relations coursework and the skills acquired in business courses. Students will be prepared to enter the public or private sector or graduate programs in business, law, political economy, public policy, and international relations, among others.
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