The Bachelor of Business Administration- Global Economics is similar to the Bachelor of Business Administration, but studies are focused on international economic structures and policies. This program helps students learn the essentials of business marketing, financial management, accounting and more. Students learn how to develop entrepreneurship skills, engineer strategic marketing plans, and navigate local and global economic systems. Graduates can expect to be equipped for managerial positions in the financial, services and marketing sectors like financial controllers, auditors, and marketing managers, respectively.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Global Economics at UIBS is an undergraduate program that provides students with the foundations of global economic markets. Students study international economics and banking and how to manage a business with cross-cultural economics in mind. Students in this program can apply their studies to immediately improve their prospects in the workforce. Recipients typically utilize their certificate to obtain entry-level positions in business, or to expand their academic credentials.
Saint Louis University-Madrid’s Department of Business and Economics is AACSB International accredited (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Degree Programs include Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, IT Management, International Business, Leadership and Human Resources Management, Marketing and Sports Business.
All undergraduate business majors have to fulfill 45 hours in business regardless of what their chosen concentration is.
Career opportunities include careers with international banks, multinational organisations or with other global corporations. Many of which are in financial centres around the world, including Dubai, New York and London.
The Bachelor of Science in Economics includes a program of business subjects such as finance, marketing, accounting, management and international business and SLU-Madrid’s Bachelor of Science in Economics degree requires students to complete 120 hours of coursework.
The Bachelor of Arts in Economics provides meticulous and analytical training in economics and again requires students to complete 120 hours of coursework.