International Business


The International Business major at Grace College combines international travel with the study of business. Students combine business courses and overseas study to complete the requirements of the major.

Grace College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs, including in International Business, through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.

Many International Business majors select the International Business degree as it combines intermediate language study with the business requirements of the major. The additional language study is helpful if the student chooses to complete overseas study requirements in a foreign language. Students have options to complete the overseas requirements using the English language, too, including programs such as the International Business Institute and Australearn. Graduates also have a strong background in business as international business students complete the same general business courses as other business majors.

Course Requirements for B.A. or B.S. International Business

Course Requirements for International Business Minor


Examples of courses in this major:

BUS3570 Fundamentals of International Business

An awareness of the global business environment is essential. This survey course introduces various facets of international business, its application to the domestic concern, and national economy. Areas reviewed include the role and impact of multi-national corporations, cross cultural factors, and global strategies.

FIN3170 Money and Banking

The study of the principles of money, banking and credit with emphasis on monetary theory and policy and their role in domestic and international economics.

FIN4530 International Finance and Economics

The course explores international finance n business, including strategy and motivation for direct foreign investment, international banking operations, lending and investment criteria, governmental programs to encourage exports, trade restrictions, foreign currency markets and exchange controls.