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In today’s world, it is important to understand how businesses can operate on a global scale. Whether you want to expand a business internationally or work with developing economies, this major will allow you to gain an in-depth understanding of how international markets function effectively in socially and culturally diverse environments.
Why Study International Business at MMC?
The global business market is a complex and diverse system of relationships between countries, companies, and consumers – and they all come together in New York City. Our International Business curriculum draws upon the city and its organizations to understand the foundations and principles of international markets.
What You Will Learn
By majoring in International Business at MMC, you will develop an in-depth understanding of the international market, right in the epicenter of global business. You will be able to customize our curriculum to suit your interests – whether you want to work with developing economies, or in global marketing and technology.
In addition to a strong business management core that teaches you foundational principles and skills across business disciplines, you will take the following required courses for the major:
- International Economics
- International Business
- International Marketing
As an International Business student, you will graduate with the competencies required to succeed in a globalized business world. You will enhance your cultural competency and strengthen your critical and creative problem-solving skills, to build the set of skills needed for the global job market.
My internship experience while at MMC was invaluable and certainly helped me get my start in the financial industry. A week after graduating with a BS in International Business and an Economics minor, I joined UBS in their Wealth Management division.Tamaki Kern ’16
Class of 2016, B.S. in International Business and minor in Economics
During my summer internship, I worked on analyzing currency risk exposure, hedging activities, and presenting macroeconomic projections for Granberg AS. I also conducted marketing research by creating in-depth questionnaires, collecting responses, and utilizing SPSS software to evaluate and present results and suggestions on which direction the company should take in the future.Gabriel Skaarland ’16
Class of 2016, B.S. in Finance and International Business
To work in banking and finance in New York is a dream come true.Shiva Rajpal ’17
Class of 2017, B.S. in International Business with a minor in Economics
The amazing classes taught by brilliant professors gave me the knowledge needed to step into a full-time role at a company. Furthermore, the fact that the college was in NYC made me independent, courageous, and open-minded.Sofija Gligorov ’13
Class of 2013 Valedictorian, Major in International Business and Economics
As a student, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in long-term study abroad programs or in faculty-led travel courses that complement your interests, expand your understanding of other cultures, and open your eyes to your possibilities.