The Division of Finance and Economics offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business.
Graduates of the program add value to many types of domestic and international organizations. They are prepared to meet the challenges of a global technological business environment because they have mastered many professional skills. 
  
Careers awaiting the graduate with a B.B.A. degree in International Business include: 
 
  • Employment with a Multinational Corporation
  • Foreign Exchange Trader 
  • International Purchaser 
  • Importer/Exporter Consultant
  • International Lawyer 
  • International Business Consultant
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • International Loan Officer 
  • Foreign Sales Analyst 

Average yearly salary of $59,000.

For more information on job and career possibilities, please click on the link below to view our current Alumni Database. At this link you’ll be able to look at hundreds of our graduates and see what jobs they’ve had and currently have. You’ll be able to see, too, what main types of careers our students pursue once they graduate. If you want to know what you can do with an International Business degree (or Economics and/or Finance) from the College of Business, you’ll find your answer here!

 

Students who graduate with a B.B.A. in International Business will develop the following skills: 

  • Oral and written communication skills 
  • Problem-solving skills 
  • Qualitative and Quantitative data analysis 
  • Critical review and analysis of financial policies and strategies 
  • The ability to evaluate multinational enterprises and their operations 

 

Core Business Courses:
  
  • ACC 215, 216 – Principles of Accounting 
  • ECN 250 – Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECN 253 – Principles of Macroeconomics
  • FIN 323 – Principles of Finance
  • LE 207 – Legal Environment of Business
  • MGT 218 – Business Statistics
  • MGT 320 – Principles of Management
  • MGT 460 – Strategic Management
  • MKT 340 – Principles of Marketing
 Major:
 
  • ECN 340 – Global Macroeconomic Issues
  • ECN 420 – International Trade
  • FIN 440 – International Finance
  • FIN 475 – Int. Bus. Strategies (Capstone)
  • MKT 371 – International Marketing
  • International Studies Electives (6 hours)
  • Experiential Education Elective (3 hours)
  • Foreign Language Requirement 

 

 

For more information, please contact:
  

Dr. Harlan Smith, Division Head
Division of Finance & Economics
Marshall University
College of Business
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
Corbly Hall 256
304.696.2311304.696.2311
email:
smithh@marshall.edu