Coordinator: Carmel Coughlan, M.B.A.
The Global Business and Economics program of study builds on the University’s liberal arts core curriculum and the Business Studies and Economics core to provide a well-rounded educational experience. Selected courses with direct applications to the global environment from Economics, Business and other programs enhance the program to prepare students for a wide range of diverse opportunities in the international sector. Students completing the major are required to study abroad or take an additional course in modern languages or complete a professional internship in Economics.
Requirements for the Global Business and Economics major consist of the Business Studies and Economics core requirements (42 credits):