The Undergraduate Certificate in Global Business at UIBS is an undergraduate program that provides students with the foundations of global business like European and Asian laws, cross-cultural training, innovation, and marketing. Students learn the basics of conducting business in a global market to apply their studies in the workforce. Recipients typically utilize their certificate to obtain entry-level positions in global business, or to expand their academic credentials.
Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School offers students the chance to earn a double-major in Global Business in just four years. Students can combine a Global Business major with a functional area, like business economics, big data and business analytics, accounting, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, information systems, finance or wealth management. Suffolk University also offers a minor in global business in the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences.
Whichever selection a student makes, they’ll learn a foreign language, travel the globe and explore internship opportunities. The BSBA in Global Business needs the completion of fifteen to eighteen credits of global business courses and eighteen to twenty-four credits of the functional major. Global Business majors are allocated a faculty advisor to help them plan their study program and counsel them on academic and career topics.