International Business Major​

Study—and experience—global business.

Imagine learning about Japan's infrastructure while eating sashimi in Tokyo. Or studying foreign trade with China before doing karaoke in Shanghai. International business experience is exciting—and it is growing in demand. In USD’s international business major, you will study a globally diverse curriculum on campus and abroad while developing an international mindset.

Through experiential learning opportunities, you will execute real-world projects for local companies that conduct business internationally. And to deepen your cultural understanding, you can choose from a variety of international business major electives, including pre-approved regional classes outside of the School of Business, like 

From Austria to Uruguay, you can live and study in more than 30 different countries while earning USD credit as you take advantage of internships, international consulting projects and student teaching opportunities. By seeing new parts of the world, you will gain a deeper appreciation for other people and cultures—and a deeper understanding of how you can effect change on a global scale.

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Students doing work Forge paths that change the world. Expand your worldly mindset and learn sustainable business practices from globally-minded industry leaders at our Professional Series on International Trade and Business Development and International Speaker Series.
Students abroad in front of Sony Changing the world near and far. Our international business majors find careers in a variety of fields, including finance, economics and marketing. You will find them working as consulting associates, research analysts and account managers at local businesses and global firms.
Students in front of sand dunes Learn the language of diversity. As you explore international business, we will help you become fluent in understanding, relating and appreciating diverse social settings and cultural contexts.
Students focused in class Study in a world-class program. Bloomberg Businessweek ranks USD’s School of Business 16th in the nation for international business.