Bachelor of Business in International Business SE414
- NFQ Level 7
- 3 Years
- Further Studies
- Career Prospects
- Entry Requirements
What is the Course about?
Culture, language, political systems, geography, finance and socioe-conomic factors all shape and influence business and must be understood by organisations wishing to conduct business in a global marketplace. An international business degree equips students with the skills to manage people, diversity in culture, and ways of conducting business in a diverse marketplace.
Students who choose the International Business option at Year 3 study specialist subjects in more detail including: International Marketing; International Business Culture; Business Research Methods; and International Business. Additional specialist subjects can be chosen from the elective list, depending on the student’s area of interest.
Is this course for you?
Are you interested in living, working and traveling to other countries? Would you like to work in a multinational company with people from all over the world? Or maybe work with Irish companies in expanding internationally?
If you have you an outward perspective and an interest in international affairs, then this might be the course for you.
- Work Placement is an integral part of the course in Year 3.
- Maximum flexibility enabling students to choose a speciality after Year 2.
- Exit Awards: Higher Certificate in Business (NFQ Level 6) after Year 2.
What follow-on study opportunities are available?
Graduate are elligble to proceed to Bachelor of Business (Honours) in International Business (NFQ Level 8) year 4.
What exemptions will I receive?-
What will I be able to do when I finish the course?
An International Business Degree enables graduates to embark on a career path with plenty of flexibility and variety. Graduates of this course will have excellent employment opportunities with global organisations and with domestic companies with international importing and exporting operations. Typical roles include international marketing, sales management and customer service management. Many graduates start their careers with domestic operations of an organisation and then progress to managing and co-ordinating global operations.
What are the minimum entry requirements?
- English or Irish O6/H7
- Mathematics O6/H7
IT for Business
Business Financial Accounting 1
Quantitative Techniques 1
Communications and Academic Writing
Business Financial Accounting 2
Quantitative Techniques 2
Business Psychology 1
Introduction to Marketing
Business Applications 3
Human Resource Management 1
Business Psychology 2
Intermediate Financial Accounting 1
Business Management Accounting
Supply Chain Management
Macroeconomy of Ireland
Contemporary Marketing Practice
Intermediate Financial Accounting 2
Human Resource Management 2
Business Applications 4
International Business Culture
Organisational Behaviour 1
Global Market Assessment and Selection
Business Information Systems 1
Business English 1
People Management Functions
Purchasing and Supplier Management
For Further Information ContactProgramme Director
Dr Sharon Harris-Byrne