International Business
Jordan Olivero '05, a Business Administration alum and IBM Project Manager and Business Consultant, has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia.

International Business

"This is a very exciting time in the world of information... the whole pace of business is moving faster. Globalization is forcing companies to do things in new ways."
  -Bill Gates, American business magnate, philanthropist, and chairman of Microsoft (b. 1955)

As markets have expanded, individuals educated in the principles of the international business arena are in high demand. The spread of technology through globalization has meant that businesses today must shift their thinking to the international sphere. As an International Business minor, you'll learn how to do this, gaining understanding of cultural and economic differences abroad. Built on the foundation of the business core courses, the International Business minor provides Accounting or Business Administration majors with a broad background of international management and marketing.

International Business In the Christian University

With the development of the international business arena, the need has risen for ethically focused business professionals who are capable of adapting to and taking into account cultural differences. CCU's School of Business and Leadership trains you to be that individual, integrating faith and academics as you learn to interface with the global market as a Christ-centered business professional. 

Course Catalog

Interesting International Business Classes You Might Take

  • American Foreign Policy and International Relations
  • International Business
  • Political Economy

What can I do with a degree in International Business ?

  • Consultant
  • International Contractor
  • Entrepreneur

Spotlight

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Ron Rex

Executive in Residence; Associate Professor of Management and Marketing
School of Business and Leadership

Most of today's business principles and leadership concepts are direct descendents of words of wisdom found in the Bible. In the secular world, many of the same principles are taught but the proper "footnotes" have been forgotten. Inside the classroom it is important to emphasize how the Bible is a good handbook, not only for how we live our personal lives, but also how we conduct our business careers and affairs.
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