International Business

Welcome to International Business Programs at Florida Atlantic University, where we prepare students for success in an increasingly interconnected world. As we navigate a rapidly globalizing landscape, our nationally-recognized programs stand as guides, helping students explore the myriad of opportunities that await them in the global business environment.

Our dedicated faculty, experts in various fields, adopt a holistic approach that transcends traditional boundaries. Students benefit from practical, real-world experiences seamlessly integrated into their coursework, ensuring they acquire versatile skills relevant to today's dynamic business world.

In an era where the global marketplace has become the norm, our International Business Programs offer a gateway to diverse career paths. Whether you aspire to make a local impact, embark on international business ventures, or pursue academic excellence, our offerings include the International Business undergraduate major, the graduate Master of Science in International Business, and the prestigious International Business Honors Program. These programs equip you with the knowledge and skills essential for success.

But the journey doesn't end there. We provide numerous opportunities for international study and work experiences, allowing you to immerse yourself in global business dynamics, broaden your horizons, and prepare for a future where borders cease to limit your potential.

Prepare for a future without geographical constraints, where success transcends boundaries. Join us in becoming a global leader of tomorrow. Your journey begins here!




AIB Insights Special Issue



"AIB Insights" Special Issue Featuring Florida Atlantic International Business Researchers

Are you an international business educator interested in learning about new methods for teaching international business? Then please read this special issue of "AIB Insights" featuring the research of Florida Atlantic International Business professors - Donna Cooke, Rajeev Sawant, and Len Treviño. The research paper is titled, "Bringing the Dark Side of International Business into the Classroom."