Business knows no borders. Nearly all operations in the U.S. and around the world have competitors, suppliers, customers, employees or owners from other countries. It's critical to understand the forces at play in today's global marketplace. Daniels' international business major offers an extensive foundation in both business and the social sciences, with an emphasis on the international work environment. Core business courses will help boost your understanding of the global marketplace's complex interconnections. Students in the program frequently double major in accounting, anthropology, business analytics, finance, hospitality management, marketing, political science, sociology and other areas.
If you're thinking about an international career, it's critical that you have actual overseas experience to help you navigate different cultures, business practices and social conventions. We require international business majors to study abroad, either by participating in DU's Cherrington Global Scholars program or by enrolling in approved courses. Our international business students have studied at universities in Australia, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Spain, Thailand and several other nations across the globe.