McIntire coursework promotes active learning that combines the insights of liberal arts with the cutting-edge skills that the interconnected global workplace demands. You'll collaborate with teammates from diverse backgrounds to offer a fresh look at business practices and strategic approaches to commerce. By studying real cases, engaging across business disciplines, and conducting research with McIntire faculty, you'll apply your knowledge while developing the skills to solve global business problems.
No matter the focus, content, location, or duration of the program you choose, you’ll sharpen your expertise about the various economic, social, and geopolitical factors that influence business. Through expansive coursework and engaging extracurricular activities, you'll connect with faculty, alumni, employers, and business leaders from all over the world. McIntire's specialized programs include:
- Global Commerce Scholars: This unique project provides a select group of fourth-year McIntire students with the opportunity to research and write a thesis under the guidance of one or more faculty advisers. Learn more.
- Global Commerce Track: Spanning multiple subject areas, this course of study available to B.S. in Commerce students provides a broad and interdisciplinary understanding of the global business environment, an in-depth regional perspective, and an appreciation of the issues commercial enterprises face when operating within these interrelated environments. Learn more.
- Global Elective Courses: Reflecting the rapidly changing context of global business, these site-specific electives aim to teach business in a manner that examines at length real-world issues for particular regions around the world.