The IBEA program was launched in 2004 and is the first program of its kind in Greece; it introduced modules related to the study of business in the European Union combined with a strategic approach to studying multinational corporations. In addition to attending traditional lectures and seminars, you will also select career related and transferable skills workshops and events that match your needs, and guest lectures from business and industry. Typically designed for applicants with management experience, DBA degree programs build on skills acquired through master’s-level studies. Analyze concepts and models as they apply to organizational functions within specific international contexts.
You’ll have heaps of opportunity to follow your business and cultural interests, use your foreign language skills, and study abroad while gaining a rock-solid foundation in marketing, management, finance, economics, information systems, and logistics. Modern business is global and demands people travel to foreign countries and mix with foreign clients, colleagues or customers. Professional studies include special study modules covering different areas of international business activities. Our international business major launches a whole-world business perspective with an integrated, individualized course of study.
Students in the IBEA major complete 44 credits of General Education courses, 48 credits from the Business Core, which includes courses in general business management, 30 credits from the IBEA concentration and 6 credits of general electives. A core set of managerial and economic modules has been complemented with strategic, quantitative, technological, intercultural and legal modules in order to ensure a comprehensive perspective on international business.
Legal – how changes in law, enforcing of minimum wages, and regulating working hours, affect business. Communication is clearly the enabler of any kind of cooperation and business activities – nationally and internationally. SRM has changed significantly over the last couple of years, and suppliers are now seen as an extension of the business. Many schools offer concentrations in specific areas of business administration.
Our students are part of a number of clubs and societies, including the Accounting Society, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Pepperdine Microfinance Club, Pepperdine Entrepreneur Club, Rotaract, and the Sports Business Association. Courses credited from other universities will be complementary to the International Business major and allow progression. The IBEA concentration includes courses in the program’s two areas of study: International Business and European Affairs.