Global. Impactful. Business.

International Business

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Learn to engage and advance God’s glory through international business, at NGU.

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Average Class Size
Collaborate with your peers. Network with your professors. Connect to countless resources and career opportunities. All thanks to NGU’s smaller class sizes.
Intern Partnerships
You need an internship. We’ve got options! Locally. Nationally. Even globally. Take advantage of our extensive network as you prepare to launch your career.

Global Impact at Your Fingertips

The world thrives on business. You know this – and you’ve got big plans to play your part. In countless roles, prepare for an impactful business career.

Banking and finance. Global trade and foreign currency. International sales. Government budgets and logistics. Consulting, manufacturing, investing. Even translation work. International business depends on a team of specialized professionals – and that’s where you fit in.

Experience Learning In and Out of the Classroom

Intensive Internship

The best way to learn business, is to do business. Gain hands-on experience as you intern with an international company or government agency. Apply your in-class studies to on-site, real-world business challenges.

Individual Business Analysis

Analyze and evaluate existing businesses of every size. Outline the strengths and weaknesses of each business. Design and propose methods of improvement for each. Then, evaluate the potential pitfalls of your own proposals. It’s critical thinking at its finest.

Master the Art of Presentation

Business success isn’t just about having great ideas. It’s about convincing others to support great ideas. Hone your communication skills. Create a business plan. Draft a professional proposal. Then, present and defend your proposal with your faculty and peers.

Business Beside Experienced & Faithful Leaders

John B. Duncan, PhD, CPA, CKA
Dean, College of Business & Entrepreneurship
Jonathan Keisler, PhD
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business Programs
Franklin Aviles-Santa, PhD
Professor, International Business & Management
Feliccia Smith, PhD
Professor, Business & Management
David L. Entrekin, MS
Instructor, Economics
Martin R. Jones, JD
Assistant Professor, Business

Study International Business from Every Angle

  • International Business Year 1

    Year 1 Example Courses

    • ENGL 1310 Composition and Rhetoric
    • MATH 1310 College Algebra
    • CHST 1310 New Testament Survey or CHST 1320 Old Testament Survey
    • INBS 1330 Introduction to International Business
    • Natural and Biological Science
    • COLL 1100 First Year Experience or HNRS 1210 Honors Seminar
    • MATH 1330 Probability and Statistics
    • ENGL 1320 Composition and Literature
    • HIST 1350 Western Civilization I or HIST 1360 Western Civilization II
    • CSCI 1305 Introduction to Information Technology
  • International Business Year 2

    Year 2 Example Courses

    • ACCT 2310 Principles of Accounting I
    • ECON 2320 Microeconomics
    • COMM 2300 Oral Communication
    • CSCI 1330 Management Information Systems
    • HIST 2331 Non-Western Civilizations
    • English literature 2000-level course
    • ACCT 2320 Principles of Accounting II
    • Econ 2310 Macroeconomics
    • CHST 2335 World Religions
    • Psychology, sociology, or political science course
    • ENGL 2300, ART 1300, MUSIC 1300, or THTR 1300
    • Language 1310 course
  • International Business Year 3

    Year 3 Example Courses

    • INBS 4350 International Business Management
    • Language 1320
    • BUSN 3340 Operations Management
    • ECON 3330 Comparative Economic Systems
    • PLSC 2350 Introduction to International Relations
    • BUSN 3320 Business Ethics
    • INBS 3380 International Marketing
    • Language 2310
    • SPTM 4360 International Sport Management
    • INBS 4340 International Economic Development
    • BUSN 3100 Professional Development Seminar
    • INBS 3330 International Finance
    • PHED 1200 Concepts of Physical Fitness and Wellness
  • International Business Year 4

    Year 4 Example Courses

    • INBS 4390 International Business Strategy Seminar
    • INBS 4335 International Trade and Commerce
    • HIST 3349 3372, 3373,3349, 4360 or Comm 2320
    • PLSC 3340 International Law and Organizations
    • Language 2320
    • INBS 4382 International Business Internship
    • Language 2330

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

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