Business Administration: International Business
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: International Business track offered at Mercy College is ideal for those wishing to pursue a business career internationally. Many graduates of this specific track of Business Administration go on to work for international companies and non-profits. The International Business track specifically focuses on macro economics as compared to micro. Previous graduates of the Business Administration program (International Business track) have gone on to become translators, foreign currency investment advisors and foreign sales representatives.
All courses are available completely online as well as at Mercy College's satellite locations in Dobbs Ferry, Bronx, Manhattan and Yorktown, New York. Online courses are completely interactive and encourage communication between classmates and faculty. Mercy College is able to accept up to 90 credit hours of higher institution transfer credits in order to contribute towards degree requirements. However, only two courses (6 credit hours) are allowed to be transferred.
Students must complete 45 credit hours of core business courses and specialization courses, 15 credit hours of elective courses, and 60 credit hours of general education courses in order to meet degree requirements. Students must take ECON and MATH courses as general education courses in order to meet pre-requisites for the Business Administration major. Core business courses offered include, Introduction to Financial Accounting, Introduction to Management Accounting, Financial Management, International Business, Business Law I, Principles of Management, Information Systems for Management, Organizational Behavior, and Principles of Marketing. In terms of the International Business specialization, courses offered include, International Relations, International Marketing, International Finance, Problems in International Business, Strategic Management (capstone course).
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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