Modern communication, transportation and banking technology have made it possible for small, medium and large businesses to offer products and services around the world and for markets around the world to have access to a wide variety of products and services. This reality has changed business dramatically by vastly increasing opportunities and competition. The international business major has a very practical focus, aiming to equip graduates with the resources, insight, skills and knowledge to contribute immediately to their employers.
|Program Option||Degree Plan|
|Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in International Business|
What makes an OBU International Business degree special?
Highlights of OBU’s International Business program include:
- OBU consistently has between 25-30 students majoring in international business.
- These students come from a number of countries, including the following: U.S., Albania, Brazil, China, France, & Sweden.
- Since 2004, OBUs business students have consistently averaged above the 90th percentile nationally on international issues in business based on the ETS Major Field Achievement tests for business students.
- The international business program at OBU features applied, “Hands on” projects with Oklahoma companies seeking to expand their international business. Such projects develop the OBU student’s practical knowledge and experience in reaching international markets –- a very marketable skill set.
- OBU’s international business students develop a tool bag of concepts and skills in navigating cross-cultural relationships, which puts them ahead of their peers.
- International business majors have the option of doing an international business internship.
- OBU’s students with an international business major go on the work in new international business ventures, they work in established world-class companies, and some go on the start their own international joint ventures overseas.
What are OBU grads doing with their International Business Degree?
A degree in international business does not necessarily mean working for an international organization. Domestic companies competing with U.S. or foreign firms with operations abroad also want graduates with this additional expertise. International business graduates are finding work both in the U.S. and abroad with companies that are addressing global market opportunities and global competition; graduates are working for a European company's operations in the U.S., a major accounting firm in Latin America, banks and consulting firms. Others choose to use their training in business missions or government.
Learn more about our Business faculty.
This program is offered through the Paul Dickinson School of Business.