We live in an increasingly global world, where being an expert in one geographic area only is no longer enough. If you’re looking to kick start a career in business, the best thing you can do is expand your focus to include an international perspective. Not only will this make you more competitive to employers, but in this day and age an understanding of the expanding global market is generally required in any career path. Sound like something you might be interested in? Here is everything you need to know about getting a degree in international business.
The NYU Stern School of Business consistently makes an appearance on every business school-related ranking, and there’s a reason why. Actually, there are multiple reasons why, starting with the fact that it’s one of the first higher education institutions to specialize in business management, and to create a strong research and teaching capability in the global business realm. If courses like Emerging Financial Markets, Operations in Panama, and International Social Impact Strategies sound like something you might want to learn more about (or need to learn more about), then Stern might be the place for you. It’s a decision that will pay off in the long run, too: employers of Stern grads range from Hulu to the United Nations to Credit Suisse. No matter your international business path, there’s something for you to learn at Stern. Start off by pursuing the undergraduate global business concentration, taken with a primary concentration to ensure you’re exposed to all facets of the business industry.
Stern’s International Business Exchange (IBEX) sends juniors or seniors to directly enroll in a top business school abroad, thereby developing the skills and sophistication to navigate foreign countries and prove to potential employers you have the chops to work on a truly global team. For a different kind of study abroad experience, look into the International Studies Program (ISP), part of the Edward & Nancy Barr Family International Studies Program. Selected students take a strategy-based course during the spring of their junior year that includes a weeklong trip to a foreign country to meet with high-ranking business executives based in that country. It’s a great networking opportunity that is one of the only of its kind.
CUNY Bernard M Baruch College offers 2 International Business/Trade/Commerce degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 50 International Business/Trade/Commerce students graduated with students earning 49 Bachelor's degrees, and 1 Master's degree.
Fashion Institute of Technology offers 1 International Business/Trade/Commerce degree programs. It's a medium sized, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 16 International Business/Trade/Commerce students graduated with students earning 16 Master's degrees.
Berkeley College-New York offers 4 International Business/Trade/Commerce degree programs. It's a small, private for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 54 International Business/Trade/Commerce students graduated with students earning 38 Bachelor's degrees, and 16 Associate's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|New York University New York, NY||17 : 1||52,885|
|CUNY Bernard M Baruch College New York, NY||38 : 1||18,679|
|Yeshiva University New York, NY||16 : 1||5,357|
|Pace University New York, NY||27 : 1||13,395|
|Fashion Institute of Technology New York, NY||39 : 1||8,726|
|Touro College New York, NY||27 : 1||11,631|
|CUNY Graduate School and University Center New York, NY||36 : 1||8,503|
|LIM College New York, NY||83 : 1||1,749|
|Berkeley College-New York New York, NY||50 : 1||2,954|
|Marymount Manhattan College New York, NY||20 : 1||1,892|