The following policies apply to international business (IB) majors and global leadership (GL) minors (global immersion requirement only) who are graduating in 2022 through May 2023.
Change the World Through International Business
At Nebraska, you can combine enriching coursework, study abroad programs, language studies, and international internships or practicums to become a fully-prepared global business leader.
1 of 29 Full Members of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE)
60+ Students Earned Bronze to Platinum Medallions in the International Business Medallion Program Since 2018
Monthly interactions between students and their IB Connect alum mentor
Apply for the IB Select Program
Experience unique study abroad opportunities, professional mentorships and business development projects with a cohort of students who demonstrate leadership and the desire to make positive global change.
Study Abroad for a Semester
Gain a deeper knowledge of a region or culture and study abroad for a total of one semester (13 weeks).
Complete BSAD 070 Form
Pursue Language Proficiency
Earn at least eight credit hours of foreign language to expand your international expertise.
Complete BSAD 071 Form
Complete an International Internship
Gain real-world experience through an internationally-focused internship or practicum in the U.S. or abroad.
Complete BSAD 072 Form
Learn Business in Barcelona
Enjoy a summer or semester in Spain learning about international management among other business courses at the Institute for American Universities (IAU), while you take in the architecture, cuisine and history of Barcelona. Internships are also available.
Explore Business and Culture in Japan
Learn about Japanese culture and business at Senshu University in the heart of Tokyo. You’ll explore Japanese business concepts and methods of operation while also enjoying cultural activities like visiting a samurai village, going to Tokyo Skytree or participating in a fireworks festival.
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Two of the 25+ business related student organization focus on building a global mindset. These clubs provide a great opportunity to grow as a leader, gain experience and make meaningful connections.
International Business Club
Aims to enhance and complement topics related to international business by providing opportunities for students to work with peers, as well as an array of business professionals. Expands members’ cultural horizons through a multidisciplinary approach and reinforces essential values such as critical thinking, a strong work ethic and entrepreneurship.
Business International Student Association
Welcomes international and domestic students from all business majors. Offers students the opportunity to learn about other cultures, to network and to make meaningful connections with students and professionals from around the world.
Explore our curriculum through the 4-year plan. To earn your bachelor’s degree in international business, you’ll take 120 credit hours of classes. That’s four to five classes a semester, on average.
Global Leadership and the Culture Map (BSAD 420)
Explore business strategies with global and cultural contexts in theory and practice. Examine emerging competitive strategies used by multinational companies and strategic issues in international company expansions and international venture launches.
Global Issues (BSAD 320)
Dive into complex global issues from an interdisciplinary perspective by investigating how change and innovation are continuously transforming human endeavors such as technology, business, politics, laws, culture and arts.
International Finance (ECON 422)
Gain an understanding of the international monetary system and markets. Topics include exchange rates, international payments, inflation, unemployment, national income and interest rates in an open economy.
Global Sourcing and Distribution (SCMA 439)
Expand strategies, concepts and tools in supply chain management on a global scale as you examine supply chains in the context of international trade.
International Marketing (MRKT 453)
Learn how to tackle challenges in marketing products and services internationally. Explore how to best navigate the influence of international institutions, culture, stage of development, and geography as well as figure out needed research, pricing and other things to start marketing operations abroad.
International Management (MNGT 414)
Understand major management issues that companies face when doing business internationally. Prepare how to deal with a wide array of cultural, economic, legal and technological differences.