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Belmont's Center for International Business prepares students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels for the global economy. 

Undergraduate Program

The development of an international perspective is a key component in the mission of Belmont University’s College of Business Administration.  All undergraduate BBA degree-seeking students are required to complete an International Business course, and global concepts are discussed in other business classes.  An international business major was added to the Bachelor of Business Administration program in the spring of 2004. The major requires a combination of foreign language proficiency, study abroad, cultural knowledge and international business coursework.

Graduate Program

Like undergraduate employers, present day employers of graduate business students want those students to be able to solve problems across geographies as well as across functions. The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business is committed to instilling an international perspective in all students so that they can fulfill the requirements. In addition to incorporating international content into relevant coursework, students are also required to complete MBA 6350 International Study Abroad. The Massey School is one of the only part-time graduate business schools in the United States to incorporate such a course into the curriculum, thereby giving graduates of The Massey School a distinct advantage in the marketplace. The International Business Study Abroad Course (MGT 6350) is a core requirement for the AMBA/PMBA/MACC students.