The program also provides valuable, relevant work experience prior to graduation through internships with international companies. The International Business program's practical, flexible and interdisciplinary format has been developed to give students the essential knowledge to succeed as a global manager, and to develop the leadership and implementation skills required to adapt and thrive in diverse business environments.
Prospective INB majors should consult with the INB program advisor in the Department of Marketing as early as possible. Call 216-687-4771 to make an appointment.
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business (INB) prepares students to manage and lead in a variety of internationally oriented organizations in today's increasingly interdependent global economy. This major allows students to gain the knowledge and skills required for international business careers while developing an understanding of the political, cultural and regulatory environments that shape international business and trade. Students majoring in INB are also encouraged to pursue a dual major in order to gain depth of knowledge in a specific business function.
Cleveland State University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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