B.S. in Business Administration, International Business Specialization
In today’s world, it’s hard to find a company—large or small—not affected by global events and competition.
As a business major, you will learn core elements of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management and marketing. The international business specialization will expand your knowledge and broaden your global awareness. You also may choose to study abroad. Our students have found that UBalt's global field studies provide experiences that are invaluable to their careers.
International Business AT UBalt
With the Port of Baltimore just southeast of the UBalt campus and the numerous multinational corporations dotting the state, we sit in a business market that is a gateway for students interested in studying international business. In addition, many of our faculty have strong ties to businesses and other institutions abroad.
What Our Students Say
"Taking part in the Global Field Study to Paris course was an eye-opening opportunity. I was challenged professionally and personally—the whole experience took my undergraduate education to a new level." –Moubarak Dambo, B.S. '18
Careers in International Business
When you choose to specialize in international business, your career path is wide open. Check out some careers in international business.
Many business students benefit from the Helen P. Denit Business Honors Program's enriched curriculum, enhanced interactions with faculty and alumni, employer site visits and exceptional internships.
Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's
UBalt offers accelerated bachelor's to master's options that let you take up to 9 graduate credits that "double count" toward both degrees—saving you time and money! Get a head start on your degree while saving up to $9,000.
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Did You Know?
The Port of Baltimore handled 38.4 million tons of cargo in 2017, the most since 1979 and the third-highest tonnage in its history. In addition, the port ranks first for autos and light trucks, roll-on/roll-off heavy farm and construction machinery, and import sugar.