Bachelor of Science in International Business
Develop a Global Viewpoint; Make a Global Impact
In a world where nearly all business has become international business, you’ll learn how to successfully navigate the economic, cultural, political, geographical, and legal factors to help a business thrive in the global marketplace. As an International Business major, you’ll learn how to use things such as trade agreements, changes in transportation networks, and shifts in cultural norms to your advantage. By understanding how to scan news and economic developments, you’ll find business opportunities and also identify threats to your company or industry.
At Rosemont, you’ll work with existing businesses to develop business cases for specific global product and service developments. You’ll also learn to make business decisions with sustainability in mind, to do the right thing by your company, your industry, your employees and the planet.
Why Study International Business at Rosemont?
In addition to your core business classes, as a Rosemont student you’ll also get a strong foundation in ethical decision-making and collaborative leadership that will set you apart and prepare you to make a positive impact in any career. Rosemont prepares all its students to build a career based on sound leadership that includes an understanding of sustainable business practices combined with strong skills in your field of study.
We believe that combining hands-on experience with coursework in your field will deepen your understanding of the content and best prepares you for the job market. All business students pursue an internship or study abroad program to round out your classroom learning. You will also take the Senior Seminar course senior year, which is another opportunity to apply what you’ve learned to a hands-on project.
Finance majors are required to take core classes in the major in addition to a set of core business courses and general education requirements.
- BUS 0360: International Finance
- PHI 0270: Business Ethics
- BUS 0425: Fundamentals of Export-Import Operations
- BUS 0363: International Marketing
- BUS 0445: Supply Chain Management
Look Forward to a Successful Future
Make a career for yourself that enables you to travel the world, cut through complex intercultural issues, and make a tangible impact on your organization's bottom line. Many of the nation’s top employers in tech, finance, consumer products, and other industries are global entities that seek employees with a background in international business. Jobs for graduates with a BS in International Business include:
- International marketing manager
- International financial manager
- Finance analyst
- International accountant
- Management analyst
- Human resources manager
- Logistics manager
- Banking manager
- Import/export coordinator
- Product manager
From Our Students
“The faculty at Rosemont have helped me think of the world with a wider perspective. It’s awesome to have professors who care about you. They are helping me with my own business. When people wear my brand, I want them to feel empowered to be the best version of themselves. I want to have an impact on the youth, especially from my neighborhood in Philly. I want them to believe college can be in their futures, too.” - Ricardo Vargas