Taking advantage of Illinois Wesleyan's strong liberal arts focus, the international
business program includes not only business and economics courses but also courses
in the humanities and social sciences.
As an international business major, you'll probably study abroad one or more semesters and, perhaps, accompany faculty on one of the business and
economics travel seminars offered annually.
The international business major is deliberately global, rather than regional, in
focus, stressing issues and problems that span the world.
As an international business graduate, you'll have a firm understanding of the cultural and historical forces that shape
the modern business world and be well prepared for employment or for graduate school.Many
students complement an international business major with a major or minor in a foreign
language or an International Studies area minor, focusing on Latin America, Western or Eastern Europe, Asia, or another