Degree Levels Offered for International Business

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International Business Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
026 audio 26 Economics- Environmental Economics and Policy 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Calanit Kamala University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course focuses on international trade and the theory of international trade and its applications to tariff protection.
023 mixed 23 Economics- Environmental Economics and Policy 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Peter Berck University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course is an introduction to microeconomics with emphasis on resource, agricultural, and environmental issues.
002 full-course 2 Growth Strategies for Business N/A N/A Connexions
A course on the factors of growing an international business including international marketing strategies, products and services additions, and factors involved in international business.
018 full-course 18 International Business: Part I of Exporting-First Steps to Success N/A N/A Kutztown University Small Business Development Center
Students in this course will learn about export opportunities, evaluate their readiness to export, and decide where to export to when it comes to business.
022 full-course 22 International Business: Part II of Exporting- First Steps to Success N/A N/A Kutztown University Small Business Development Center
Similar to part I of this course, students will learn about export opportunities, evaluate their readiness to export, and decide where to export to when it comes to business.
001 full-course 1 International Finance N/A N/A Arun K. Misra, Prabina Rajib Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur)
This course was designed to familiarize students with international financial transactions and operational aspects of foreign exchange markets.
005 full-course 5 International Political Economy N/A N/A Saylor
Students will be introduced to two primary aspects of international relations: economics and politics.
019 audio 19 International Political Economy 2010-09-01 Fall 2010 James Ashley Morrison Middlebury College
Through this course, you'll learn about the three major facets of international political economy: trade, money, and migration, as well as contemporary issues including globalization and indebtedness.
005 full-course 5 Introduction to Business English 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Gail Schwartz University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine)
This course is for those who want to improve their international business English communication skills. Students learn about business communication in the U.S. and internationally, and they may learn cross-cultural communications skills for professional settings.

Accredited Online International Business Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Bryant & Stratton College-Cleveland Yes 100% 100% 12%
Allegany College of Maryland Yes 100% 91% 20%
Mountain Empire Community College Yes 100% 98% 20%
Argosy University-Seattle Yes N/A 80% N/A
North Lake College Yes 100% 51% 9%
New Mexico State University-Dona Ana Yes 100% 91% 12%
North Park University Yes 42% 98% 56%
New York Institute of Technology Yes 69% 95% 48%
Shawnee State University Yes 100% 94% 28%
Aiken Technical College Yes 100% 92% 14%
National College-Roanoke Valley Yes 100% 92% 35%
North Carolina A & T State University Yes N/A 96% 43%
Our Lady of the Lake University-San Antonio Yes 65% 100% 36%
College of Western Idaho Yes 100% 63% N/A
New Mexico Junior College Yes 100% 98% 15%
Lincoln College of Technology-Florence Yes 100% 100% 38%
National American University-Bellevue Yes 100% N/A N/A
Northwestern University Yes 18% 67% 94%
Missouri Baptist University Yes 58% 100% 39%
Salem State University Yes 67% 88% 45%

International Business at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in International Business

    • 5,812 Bachelor's Degrees in
      International Business
      • 49% Male
        Students
      • 51% Female
        Students
    • 2,351 Master's Degrees in
      International Business
      • 58% Male
        Students
      • 42% Female
        Students
    • 17 Doctoral Degrees in
      International Business
      • 82% Male
        Students
      • 18% Female
        Students

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