MissionThe A.S. in International Business program prepares students for employment in various industries that utilize international business skills and knowledge.
Our curriculum focuses on international transactions and negotiations in the export and technology sectors.
Students enjoy field trips and real conversations with potential employers during the course of their studies.
More than 90% of program enrollees are international.
Classes focus on practical skills and knowledge that students can immediately apply in their professional careers.
ObjectiveGraduates of the A.S. in International Business program can seek entry-level employment in business, government, or a variety of industries where a range of business skills are needed.
Students will also gain skills in accounting, computer applications, human resources, leadership, management, and administration—while learning each one’s role in global commerce. The program consists of courses that require readings, exams, projects, and outcomes assessments determined by each instructor to meet course objectives.
Those who complete this program can enter Atlantis University’s bachelor’s degree programs without any additional academic preparation.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
To receive an Associate of Science in International Business, students must earn 60 semester-credit-hours.
Students who successfully complete this program will have knowledge and skills in several areas of international business plus accounting, computer applications, human resources, leadership, management and administration. The program consists of courses that require readings, exams, projects and other learning strategies and outcomes assessments determined by each instructor to meet course objectives.
To receive an Associate of Science degree in International Business, students must earn 60.0 credit hours. Program requirements are indicated in the following page. Credit hours in parentheses indicate the required number of credit hours in each discipline
Applicants to the A.S. in International Business program at Atlantis University must:
- Be at least 18 years old or have written permission from a parent or legal guardian.
- Complete an in-person or phone interview with Admissions Department.
- Provide a copy of their high school diploma or GED (or the equivalent in their country).
- Translate documents from non-English speaking countries into English.
- Provide an official transcript from other accredited postsecondary schools if seeking transfer credits.
- Show evidence of English proficiency if a student’s primary language is not English. This can be done through the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Please see the Admissions Department for more information.
Official transcripts and any other documentation must be forwarded directly to the Atlantis University by the granting institution.
“Atlantis University allowed me to graduate with a Bachelor in Business Administration while helping me with internships that lead to my current employment. All of the courses in the degree were employer-focused and allowed me to earn the credentials and qualifications that directly improved my job and advancement possibilities.”