B.S. in International Business

B.S. in International Business

The Bachelor of Science degree in international business requires 82 credit hours of international business coursework in addition to the College core curriculum.

Students choose a business concentration in accounting, business management, economics, entrepreneurship, finance or marketing management, as well as a foreign language concentration in Chinese, French, German or Spanish.

The program focuses on the international context of business and is designed to prepare students for participation in worldwide business activity. Accordingly, students must also meet the foreign study requirement by earning at least three credit hours outside the United States through an approved study abroad program, Grove City College travel course or Grove City College international internship.

Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ or the major status sheet for complete information regarding major requirements.​

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