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International Business Major

APU’s international business major prepares students for global enterprise. The degree provides a solid foundation in accounting principles, business law, finance, economics, statistics, and marketing. These then serve as a framework for in-depth study of the unique challenges presented by international business endeavors, and provide an understanding of the global market from a Christian worldview.

Students compare economic models, study the intricacies of international trade and finance, and examine the industrial, political, and demographic forces that influence international marketing efforts. Students may also choose to incorporate language learning into their curriculum to prepare for international interactions. Classroom learning is supplemented by study abroad internship opportunities, which allow for practical application of classroom knowledge. International business majors leave APU ready to guide a business through the global marketplace.

Students may choose to complete an MBA immediately upon graduation through the Young Executive MBA program or the Millennial MBA program. Both programs are accelerated, intensive, and experience based, allowing the student to complete a master’s degree in one additional year.

Meet the Faculty

Stuart Strother, Ph.D., is a professor in the School of Business and Management at Azusa Pacific.

Get to know our business and management faculty.

Is this Major Right for You?

You’re an international business major if you:

  • Would like to help develop or expand businesses beyond the United States.
  • Speak (or want to speak) a second language.
  • Are interested in a specific country or region.
  • Would like to travel.
  • Are fascinated by other cultures.

Learn more about this major and required courses.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.