The graduate's basic career path would be to enter a management-training program based on the specific business concentration studied. From there, the graduate's career would evolve, with paths possibly leading to managing responses to foreign competitors; international exporting and importing; multinational operations; global sourcing; manufacturing and distribution; international joint ventures; assignments abroad; and numerous other options. Internships are a great way to prepare for your future career.
Review the available internships and contact Dr. Barbara Ribbens if you have questions or need additional information. Internship information packets are available in the Management and Quantitative Methods Department.