International Business

Advancements in the fields of communication and technology, as well as international travel, have shrunk this planet substantially. International entrepreneurs in the areas of importing and exporting, as well as foreign business development, supply chain/logistics, international marketing, sourcing and procurement. Macquarie’s international business program will equip you with the skills and knowledge you’ll need to make your mark in this intricate and exciting field. This international experience will allow you to attend university in Europe, the US, Asia and Australia.

A highly flexible program with the option to tailor to your individual and professional goals, offering six specializations to choose from—marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, project management, family business, and business analytics. The courses that follow after the first semester add additional perspectives and models that provide further, in depth insights into the practical and theoretical areas that are related to the broad field of international business. Your core courses will often include management, economics, marketing, and even business law.

Later when the business grew very rapidly in the 90’s we found it difficult to maintain our ethos with our workforce expanding so quickly. Legal policies: domestic and international laws play a big role in determining how a company can operate overseas. You’ll be challenged to think outside of your comfort zone to help you develop the skills to make the best business decisions. The overall purpose of the programme is to prepare you for a career in international business.

Like all lawyers, business lawyers enjoy a salary that is higher than the national average for all jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Graduates from the TAMK BBA in International Business Programme face exciting professional opportunities in the fields, e.g. marketing, sales, export-import operations, product management, and customer relations.

Courses in the International Business Management program include Leadership, Economics, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Organization, Logistics, Communication, Law and Finance. The programme has an international focus, is combining courses in business administration with courses in economics, economic history, statistics, informatics and business law.