International Business

Is a career in International Business in your future?

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If you want to understand how trade works, how world currencies move or how to enter new foreign markets, then a concentration in International Business may be a good fit for you. The UHV Business Administration offers an International Business concentration that will prepare you for success in these important fields. Check the courses you will need and/or RSVP for an Open House date today!

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What abilities will I obtain with an International Business concentration?

Students in the Bachelors of Business Administration in General Business with an International Business concentration learn how foreign trade occurs and how goods and services are provided and paid for; they become familiar with different cultures and learn how to offer products/services across the world. With the study abroad/foreign language requirement in the program, we ensure that our graduates are prepared for the job market in the global economy.

Want to make a smart decision about college? Get career and salary information for the international business degree.

Related Careers:

  • Financial Analyst
  • Foreign Exchange Trader
  • Foreign Services Officer
  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Import/Export Compliance Specialist
  • International Banker
  • Management Analyst
  • Public Relations
  • Trade Specialist

Where can I take the International Business (IB) concentration?

The concentration is offered on campus in Victoria and Katy and online. The business core can be taken online or at one of the campus locations in Victoria and Katy.

Take the next step to an International Business career.

Students in International Business are employed by companies in the U.S. that have import-export operations. With the boom in foreign trade, the majority of the United States corporations will need employees that understand global markets, which is a perfect fit for an International Business major. Large multinational corporations often hire International Business majors and relocate them to a foreign country. Whether you want to work for a large multinational corporation or help a U.S. firm compete in the global economy, the School of Business Administration will provide you with the skills needed to excel in this field.  and get step closer to where you want to be or Contact a business advisor if you have a question or need help planning your courses.