International Business includes learning about other cultures, understanding the global economic environment, and thinking globally about business operations. International trips for academic credit are offered regularly. At least one study abroad trip is required to complete the major, and some students participate in multiple study abroad trips in the course of their studies.
UMHB is helping me make a network of connections, which is one of the keys to a successful career. My professors have been able to connect me with individuals who are perfect for where my career is going, especially with Christ-centered individuals.
Why should I choose International Business?
This degree prepares students to work in multinational companies, international nonprofits, government foreign service, or any company operating in the global economy.
What are some courses I will take?
- Culture & Global Business
- International Management
- International Marketing
- Global Business as Mission
- Global Social Enterprise
What are some career options?
With a degree in international business, your future is open to many job opportunities:
- International Non-profit/Social Enterprise
- Global Product/Brand Manager
- International Trade Specialist
- Foreign Service Officer
- International Sales/Account Manager
Who is hiring UMHB students?
UMHB International Business students have found success in many different areas:
- SHI International
- Misa Import Sales
- World Relief
- Hewlett Packard
- Fossil Group, Inc.
Where can I go to grad school?
International Business students have continued their education at these schools:
- SMU Dedman School of Law
- Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)
Why study international business at UMHB?
UMHB International Business majors have participated in international internships in Costa Rica, Ireland, Morocco, and Ecuador.
The McLane College of Business offers multiple study abroad trips each year. The locations vary but have included Costa Rica, Panama, Belgium/Germany, Morocco, Lithuania/Latvia, Thailand, China, and Ireland. The trips are led by UMHB faculty members and consist of small groups of about 12 students. Study abroad scholarships are available to keep the price of the trips affordable.
Page last updated October 17, 2018