Learn more about the International Business Flagship Program
by watching our YouTube video.
Increasing globalization has defined business during the last decade. In order to compete in the job market and to succeed in twenty–first century business, students must understand international business, from free-trade areas to global competition to currency crises to foreign investment opportunities. Majoring in international business prepares students for careers in the global marketplace by supplementing their knowledge of general business issues with courses that teach functional business areas from a decidedly international perspective.
The International Business Flagship undergraduate program offers students the choice of an International Business Major or International Business Minor. We also offer a number of double-degree programs, including the graduate-level GlobalMBA, that give students the opportunity to combine intensive classroom study with residential experiences in overseas countries while earning multiple degrees (and only paying UNF tuition, even when abroad!)
View our list of International Partnerships [pdf].
Center for International Business Studies (CIBS)
The Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) is the research arm of the International Business Flagship Program at the Coggin College of Business. CIBS pursues academic and research activities that enhance and enrich the International Business Program.
Coggin Study Abroad
Though plenty of educational opportunities will enhance your life, very few of them will truly transform the way you live it. Studying abroad is one such experience – it broadens and deepens your international experience by helping you understand more fully the citizens and cultures of other nations. Coggin provides a variety of study abroad programs, varying in length and location, to meet your needs and interests.
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