Curriculum Highlights

International Business (MS)

The coursework for the master’s of science in international business concentrates on all facets of international business operations, including:

  • Economics and financial management
  • Logistics and supply chain management
  • Intercultural communications and negotiation techniques
  • Human resources management
  • Strategic management

You'll gain practical skills beyond valuable theoretical knowledge, through applied projects such as:

  • Running a virtual company through an online business strategy simulation game
  • Preparing an export marketing plan
  • Finding viable solutions for real global business issues

International Business BS/MS

Your first two years in the combined degree program are devoted primarily to studying arts, humanities and science to satisfy the general education core requirements of the college's baccalaureate degree. Additionally, you'll fulfill certain prerequisite requirements specified by the program curriculum such as:

  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Applied statistics
  • Foreign language

The third year is dedicated to the business core curriculum which includes courses as diverse as:

  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Human resources
  • Financial management
  • Organizational communication

Graduate courses in international business begin in the fourth year and contain relevant research, analytical and communications components that will help students gain the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in an international business setting.

Through applied projects, you'll gain practical skills beyond valuable theoretical knowledge, including:

  • Running a virtual company through an online business strategy simulation game
  • Preparing an export marketing plan
  • Finding viable solutions for real global business issues

Accounting (BS) & International Business (MS)

The program is designed specifically to meet the requirements of 150 credit hours to qualify students to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination. The 150 credit hours include:

  • Courses in the professional accounting content area
  • General business courses
  • Courses in the liberal arts and sciences content area

The training in international commerce, language, history and culture you'll receive in the graduate portion of the combined degree program is excellent preparation for working in a global environment.

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  • Research

    Our experienced business faculty will guide in your research and analysis, as you put theory into practice.
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"Alumni Video"

Deputy Elizabeth Fildes,'03 & '91, a graduate of the International Business program at D'Youville, is an nationally-known expert on human trafficking.

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