Our Global Business Program
Available in: Undergraduate College
Innovations in technology and travel have globalized the modern economy. A degree in Global Business from Columbia College can give you the solid foundation in business with the legal, cultural, and administrative understanding that you'll need to succeed in a multinational business environment.
- Expand your scope and enhance your job opportunities
- Specialized experience in the global dimension of the functional areas of business
- Intensive study in a foreign language
- Interactive learning
- Research Opportunities
- Dedicated faculty with specialized expertise
- Flexibility in selecting a specialized track in Global Business
Recent Graduates Employment:
- KPMG Viet Nam
- TransPerfect, London, United Kingdom
- Accountant in Hamburg, Germany
Recent Graduates Accepted in Grad. Programs:
- University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business
- Emory University School of Law
- Georgia Institute of Technology
In-Demand Global Business Careers
2017 Median Pay: $84,300
Estimated Job Growth through 2026: 11 percent
Financial analysts produce reports, guide investment activities, and develop strategic planning to support the long-term financial goals of a company. They combine the technical and communication skills needed to enhance their organization’s bottom line.
As investing becomes more international, global organizations want financial analysts who understand the region’s language, culture, environment, and political background. International analysts must understand how global currencies, diplomacy, and worldwide stock exchanges affect their company’s bottom line.
2017 Median Pay: $82,450
Estimated Job Growth through 2026: 14 percent
Management analysts, also known as consultants, create new ways of improving an organization’s efficiency. They advise upper management on how to enhance company performance by solving organizational problems, such as evaluating a new market expansion program or adapting to a different operations strategy.
Mona R. El Shazly, Professor
B.A., M.A., American University, Cairo; Ph.D., University of South Carolina.
Ezaz Ahmed, Associate Professor
M.B.A., Maastricht School of Management (The Netherlands) Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB); Ph.D., University of Australia (UniSA), Adelaide, Australia
Kristin B. Martin, Assistant Professor
B.S., Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA; M.B.A., Averett University, Danville, VA; D.B.A., Walden University, Minneapolis, MN.
Carole Sox, Assistant Professor
B.S., St. Mary’s College of Maryland; M.S., Southern Wesleyan University; Ph.D., University of South Carolina.
Bruce Cole, Lecturer
B.S. Harvard University, M.S. Northeastern University, MBA Stanford University, Ph. D. Clemson University