Management and International Business Undergraduate Program Information

International Business majors learn how to apply a global perspective to the fundamental disciplines of business (i.e. finance, management, marketing, etc.) for organizations whose business transactions cross national borders.  It is critical for students to understand how these organizations are impacted by market opportunities, competition, demand for raw materials, low labor costs, and government regulations.   Career opportunities include: International Account Executive, International Trade Specialist, Government Relations Manager, Foreign Diplomat, Foreign Correspondent, Exchange Trader, Importer/Exporter, Linguist/Interpreter, and Negotiator.

The study of Management focuses on how individuals and groups function within organizations and how organizations interact with their environment.  Managers plan, organize, lead, and control resources to achieve organizational  objectives through people. Students learn the fundamental concepts of teamwork, leadership, communication and ethics.  Career opportunities include: Business Analyst, Consultant, Entrepreneur, Personnel Manager, Project Manager, Purchasing Agent, Recruiter, Restaurant/Hotel Manager, Sales Manager, and Securities Trader.

 

Undergraduate Program Information

Admission and Progression Requirements, and all Program Requirements can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog. Please see the information below:

 

Majors

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Minors

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Early Entry Programs

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Academic Plans of Study

 

Contact Information

Department phone 704-687-7576

Advising phone 704-687-7585

Fax 704-687-1380

Department Chair:
Dr. David J. Woehr

Department Coordinator:
Valentina Sosa-Gutierrez

Academic Advisor: 
Mr. Paul Holliday-Millard