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Introductory Business and International StudiesCCHS5245

Credits: BUHS 4, Sending Schools 1

Duration: Semester


This course introduces the student to the unique challenges and concepts necessary in today’s global workplace, including cultural and social influences, international trade, and careers in the international marketplace. Travel the world through interactions with local international business leaders. The experiences and opportunities to learn about business from people who are successful in their own businesses will be memorable and eye-opening. How did their success happen? What are the challenges and opportunities in business? Learn the answers through experiences, not just books. This is more than a class; it’s an experience!
Students seeking success in business and global studies should have successfully completed English 9, be able to manage their time in and out of class in order to complete introductory level readings, research, and writing assignments. Internet access outside of class is required to complete many assignments.
This course is a requirement for International Studies Academy certification.
Prerequisites: none


Additional Program Information

Embedded Credits

(on completion of program)

Industry Credential

Required course to earn International Studies Academy (ISA) certification

Dual Enrollment

International Business: Castleton University, 3 credits

Student Organization

FBLA, Skills USA

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