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International Business and Policy

Running a successful business is challenging enough. When you add an international business component to your operations, the complexity grows. You'll need to navigate global policy, international relations, cultures, languages, and economies.

LVC’s International Business and Policy Program helps you acquire global business know-how and cultural competencies that will give you an edge on the international stage.

Need-based Departmental Scholarships are available and are renewable for up to four years.

Learn More About the Program

Classes in Comparative Politics, Managing Diversity, International Business Management, Diversity and Intercultural Communication and other functional areas will help you tackle the management challenges you’re likely to face. But you’ll also learn about the effects globalization has on individuals and society. Add a Political Science minor if you are interested in Policy, or a Business minor if you are focused on International Business or International Relations. You also can add a minor in Economics or another related area.

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Keep Your Passport Current

Study Abroad, Guaranteed

To gain perspectives outside the U.S., you’ll have a study-abroad experience of at least four weeks, choosing from programs in London, Belfast, Berlin, and beyond.

Make the Connection

Global business, policy, and studies goes far in the eyes of employers. You’ll benefit from LVC’s relationships with local, regional, national, and international organizations that are eager for interns and employees prepared to work across borders.

Best of the Best

Your International Business and Policy degree can be the foundation for graduate work, research, or teaching abroad. Seize these opportunities through the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international exchange program.

In Their Words

I chose LVC because I knew from the first time I came to campus that there was a genuine care for students. It was important for me to be a person in the classroom and not just a number.
Ben Maul ’23, Human Resource Administrator, Flagger Force
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