You will be equipped to deal with business issues at the global level and interact with people of diverse socio-cultural-ethnic backgrounds in the workplace. Through your courses, you will explore the fundamentals of national competitiveness, productivity and growth and study factors that determine production, consumption, savings and investment on a global scale.
International Experience and Language Requirements
The global management concentration requires language proficiency in a second language and an international experience via study abroad or internship. If you are interested in pursuing this concentration and unable to travel overseas, contact SOM Career Services to find a domestic internship with an international component. If you are interested in studying abroad, learn more about our hundreds of partnerships with business schools abroad.
The global management concentration is fulfilled through three international business (IBUS) elective courses within the School of Management and one additional course from the IBUS list or a liberal arts course from an approved list. The current schedule for these courses is available in the Schedule of Classes on the BU Brain. Descriptions of courses are listed in the Binghamton University Bulletin and course descriptions for the upcoming semester are available on the BU Brain.
Here’s a sample of courses you can take to fulfill this concentration. Contact Academic Advising for the most updated list of core courses and electives.