Career Profiles: International Business

CSULB Department of International Business

Virtually every management and related international business position is affected by foreign or international forces. Some of these forces are financial, economic, sociocultural, political, legal, labor, and competitive and distributive. To prepare to be a successful manager in the global world, the International Business option requires coursework in accounting, finance, management, and marketing. The option also requires a foreign language focused within a chosen country or area with studies in culture, politics, history, and geography.

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Career Possibilities:

Additional experience and/or education may be required

  • Bank Manager
  • Buyer
  • Custom Broker
  • Financial Manager
  • Foreign Currency Investment Advisor
  • Foreign Sales Representative
  • Import/Export Agent
  • International Management Consultant
  • Relocation Consultant
  • Trade Broker

Where Employed:

  • Airlines
  • Banks and securities firms
  • Cargo and steamship lines
  • Consulting businesses
  • Courier
  • Electronics and computer companies
  • Government agencies
  • Import/export companies
  • International organizations
  • Multinational manufacturers
  • Port services

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