Enhance your employability skills for a successful career in global business. The Business Management – International Business Ontario Graduate Certificate program is designed to prepare university and college graduates for a rewarding career in international business management. In addition to building management skills, students will develop the competencies to investigate, analyze and manage domestic and international business activities, in order to successfully conduct business on a global scale.
Curriculum emphasizes international sales and marketing, trade, research, supply chain management, law and project management in a Canadian business setting. Activities, simulations, projects and case studies are used to simulate a work environment and prepare students with the practical experience to be successful in their careers upon graduation.
The work term that concludes the program provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience that will assist them in finding permanent employment after graduation.
Upon graduation, students will have met the academic requirements for application to the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) designation and be prepared to write the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) exams.
Fall 2022 Delivery Format
Term 1 classes will be delivered on campus using classrooms capable of broadcasting to students who are unable to attend in person. Students can choose to attend in person or synchronously online through Microsoft Teams during the in-person class. The 2022 Fall term begins on September 6. Students have until September 26, 2022 to travel to Canada.
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A university degree.
The admissions process is competitive and meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee admission.
Lambton College reserves the right to alter information including admission requirements and to cancel at any time a program or course; to change the location and/or term in which a program or course is offered; to change the program curriculum as necessary to meet current competencies or changes in the job market; to change the pathways third-party certification bodies; or to withdraw an offer of admission both prior to and after its acceptance by an applicant or student because of insufficient applications or registrations or over-acceptance of offers of admission. In the event Lambton College exercises such a right, Lambton College’s sole liability will be the return of monies paid by the applicant or student to Lambton College.
English Language Proficiency Requirements
Applicants must demonstrate language proficiency by submitting one of the following scores:
- IELTS of 6.0;
- TOEFL iBT 69; or
- Passed Lambton Institute of English placement test.
Please Note: IELTS is the only proficiency score accepted by the Study Direct Stream (SDS) program. Additional country-specific requirements may also be applicable.
Meeting the minimum English requirements does not guarantee admission. Students with higher English proficiency scores will receive priority in the admission assessment process.
In order to keep pace with the requirements of each and every course in your program, Lambton College recommends that each student have access to a laptop while studying at our college.
MKT-6113: Applications of Marketing Concepts
This course uses a case-study approach to introduce students to foundational concepts in the ever-changing marketing environment. Students analyze and solve common marketing challenges through the evaluation of real-world marketing case studies. Students examine the current marketing environment including concepts such as environmental scanning, segmentation, targeting and positioning, and marketing research. Students deepen their understanding of the marketing mix with analysis of product development and branding, pricing, distribution, and the many types of traditional and digital promotions. In addition to case analysis, students further develop their abilities to make informed marketing decisions through simulation exercises designed to emulate real-world scenarios faced by marketing managers.
COM-3013: Professional Communications
This course is designed for international students with diplomas or degrees. It focuses on polishing communications skills acquired through one's academic career and workplace experience. Through various business writing and speaking scenarios, students learn Canadian business practices and communication styles. Close attention is paid to proper incorporation of the intellectual property of others to ensure academic integrity. Students will practice organized and dynamic speaking and will strive for polished business documents.
ACC-1093: Accounting Concepts I
This course is an introduction to the theory of accounting and the standard methods of recordkeeping for non-accounting major students. Generally accepted accounting principles and concepts are emphasized in the preparation of financial statements.
BUS-1234: Computer Applications for Business
Strong computer skills are essential to finding employment in management and administration. This course provides students with resources and guidance to develop skills in Microsoft Office applications. While the focus will be spent learning and applying document processing, presentation and extra time on spreadsheet management tools, students will also develop skills in time management, self-discipline, and attention to detail. Students will also have an opportunity to improve their ability to read and follow written instructions. Computer Applications for Business is a course delivered using practical hands-on applications and comprises additional online skills assessment and training tools purposefully designed to provide flexibility in learning. This course further prepares students to apply these professional business application skills, with enhanced emphasis on spreadsheet management as they continue and expand in their program areas of study.
MAN-1103: Human Resources Management
Effective Human Resources Management (HRM) is critical to the success of organizations today. This course will provide an overview of the key concepts of HR management and will include some history and theory of the HR function and important terminology. It will introduce students to the core competencies of effective HR practitioners and allow for self-assessment against these competencies. We will be discussing core HR practice areas such as Strategic Planning, HR Planning, HR Administration, Talent Management, Training Learning and Development, Performance Assessment, Total Rewards (including Compensation and Benefits) Employee and Labour Relations and Health and Safety in the workplace. In addition, the course looks at the legal environment for effective HR management, and the role of HRM in mergers and acquisitions and organizational change management.
ECO-1503: Principles of Economics
This course is a survey of the principles which apply to our society's efforts to solve economic problems. The survey includes an examination of fundamental economic problems, economic models, the nature of the Canadian economy, employment, inflation, the role of governments in managing the economy, and the functioning of demand, supply, and firms within the market system.
INT-1113: Feasibility of International Trade
The course Feasibility of International Trade examines what individuals in organizations need to know and do to ensure the success of new international ventures. Careful research, analysis and planning are necessary to examine the organization's current state, to identify promising opportunities and to analyze potential outcomes, both positive and negative.
FIN-3163: International Trade Finance
Currency exchange fluctuations, political instability, and force de majeure events, are integral considerations to international financial management. This course examines how organizations can manage their finances and mitigate financial risk by selecting appropriate transaction methods and tools for their international trade activities. Learners will consider negotiation terms, non-payment dispute resolution and cash flow management.
INT-3153: International Sales and Marketing
The course International Sales and Marketing details considerations an organization must make when promoting and selling products and/or services beyond domestic borders. This course examines important concepts related to marketing, sales and e-commerce in countries with different laws, political and economic environments, and cultures. International marketing attempts to position an organization's products and services, brand and communications so the organization meets the needs and preferences of each target country or region. Marketing activities are designed to generate awareness and demand for the organization's offerings, and sales activities should convert awareness and demand into purchases.
CFF-2013: International Transportation and Trade (ITT)
This course introduces students to several modes of transportation including truck, air, rail and ocean. Students will learn about the key parties involved in trade and the primary Canadian trade routes. The transfer of title between the buyer and the seller and the associated risk, payment and documentation responsibilities under Incoterms® 2010 will be emphasized. The formation of sales contracts, determination of chargeable freight weight and assessment of profit or loss on a shipment will also be discussed
CPS-1001: Co-op Preparation and Success
This course provides students with an introduction to work-integrated learning paths (Co-op and WIL Project) and assists with the preparation for successful transitioning from the classroom to the professional workplace. Students are introduced to the services and support systems available through the Co-op and Career Services Department as well as the Work Integrated Learning Policy. The process of career planning and development is introduced with a focus on the design of preliminary job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on valuable self-assessment and reflection that allows for skills discovery and personal development. Topics including teamwork, interpersonal expectations, intercultural communication as well as navigating conflict in the workplace are introduced to assist in the development and enhancement of in-demand soft skills. Learners will develop marketing materials including a cover letter and resume, and practice interview techniques.
CFF-3023: Introduction to Freight Forwarding
Students will be exposed to common methods of international payment and the documentation and parties involved under each method. Risk assessment and risk management techniques from the perspective of both the buyer and seller under various methods of payment will be highlighted throughout the course. Other key topics that will be examined include cargo insurance, packaging, security, dangerous goods, and costing.
MAN-1163: Organizational Behaviour
This subject is an examination of the contemporary Canadian business environment including the organization, leadership and management decision process which influences the behaviour of individuals and groups. Increased global competition, technological change and the rising expectations of both employees and employers have underlined the need for improved and more effective leadership. This subject provides a better understanding of this process.
MAN-6043: Leadership in Change Management
One of the few constants in today's competitive business environment is change. Change leaders must have knowledge of what drives successful change, what challenges successful change, the options available, the ethical issues associated with change, and understand organizational theory and behaviour and its impact. Effective Leaders must identify the correct approach to leading transition within an organization, utilize skills required to lead in chaotic and fast-paced environments, optimize organizational structures, analyze and assess change effectiveness, and ready their organizations to thrive. This course explores these knowledge areas and provides opportunity to practice and develop leadership skills relevant for successful change management.
INT-1123: Global Value Chain
The course Global Value Chain examines aspects of the primary activities, distribution and inventory management, and the supporting activities of document management and procurement, which are integral to international trade logistics. This course examines how organizations obtain resources and what they need to know to control and manage logistical systems in relation to international trade.
INT-3133: International Market Entry Strategies
This International Market Entry Strategies course examines what individuals in organizations need to know and do to ensure the success of new international ventures. Careful analysis and planning are necessary to choose the most effective market entry strategy for a new venture. The chosen strategy must be successfully implemented and managed, which includes demonstrating cultural competence and complying with applicable local and international laws.
FIN-1013: Financial Analysis and Budgeting
This course is an introduction to the essentials of financial management with a view for wealth maximization of a business enterprise. Topics covered in this course include the following: analysis of financial performance, cost-volume-profit analysis, financing alternatives and costs, management of working capital, budgeting, and capital investment decisions.
INT-3143: Development of Products and Services for an International Market
The course Products and Services for a Global Market examines what, why and how organizations develop, adapt or customize goods and services in relation to international trade. This course explores differences in regulatory, legal, cultural and consumer/client requirements that require compliance or that might impact product and service development and adaptation. Organizations must analyze how these differences may impact cost, product design, packaging, labelling, product testing, service delivery, sales and marketing. Organizations should follow objective and thorough research, development and testing processes that align with their overall business strategies in order to maintain a competitive edge in their international target markets.
INT-4202: Field Study Project
This field study project engages students in an in-depth analysis of an International Company. Students choose the International Company that they will analyse over the course of the semester, tying in all aspects of prior learning of international business, finance and marketing. Students are required to conduct an in-depth interview with a key employee from an International Company to collect data for this project.
CPS-2001: Career Preparation and Success
This course enhances the foundational concepts learned to effectively engage in an active job search, develop networking strategies, and fine-tuning a cover letter, resume and interviewing techniques. As learners embark on the transition from student to professional employee, the course introduces learners to and supports them in demonstrating key employability skills to be successful in their work-integrated learning experience. Topics include professional and interpersonal expectations and competencies in the workplace, as well as workplace communications skills for success. Students will develop a strong foundation for career planning decisions with an emphasis placed on investigating and analyzing personality self-assessments, career goals and planning.
CPL-1049: Co-op Work Term*
Co-operative education provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom learning to the workplace, undertake career sampling and gain valuable work experience that may assist students in leveraging employment after graduation. For further information regarding co-op, please refer to: https://www.lambtoncollege.ca/co-op_and_career/
CPL-5559: WIL Project
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Project is aimed at enriching students by connecting different program areas of study, cutting across subject-matter lines, and emphasizing unifying concepts. The focus of the WIL Project is to make connections between study and industry by engaging students in relevant and meaningful activities that are connected to and practiced within the professional workplace. WIL Project allows students to enhance and strengthen their employability prospects post-graduation by fine tuning skills and knowledge and meeting the expectations of today's employers. Students are required to attend the scheduled shifts in the WIL office, reporting to the WIL Supervisor. Weekly real-world challenges are presented in the WIL office, designed by industry professionals. In addition to the weekly assigned deliverables, students are also offered professional development sessions, and exposed to industry guest speakers, enhancing their opportunity to develop their professional network.
*In order to be eligible to participate in a full-time Co-op Work Term (CPL-1049) students must have a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
Failing to do so will require the students to enroll in CPL-5559 WIL Project at an additional cost to the student.
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Students are required to follow their prescribed program map and are not allowed to take unscheduled breaks for any reason.
Current students can view program maps from previous years on the mylambton website.
You will need to login with your C# and password in order to access your program map.
Graduates can work in a broad range of domestic and international employment sectors including, manufacturing, market research, education, retail, insurance, freight forwarding, brokerage houses, banks, financial institutions, consulting firms and international business.
For more information about post-graduate work eligibility for international students, please review the Post-Graduate Work Permit Program information.
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International business management studies prepare individuals to study and understand the global aspects of a business -- strategic leadership, logistics, TMQ, and supply chain management.What subjects are included in international business management? ›
- Global business research and analytical skills.
- Global marketing planning.
- Global supply chain management practices.
- International finance and banking applications.
- Fundamental accounting and financial principles and applications.
- International business law applications.
In fact, Lambton College was ranked #1 among the top 50 research colleges in Canada in 2018. Lambton Research teams at Lambton College allow students to get close to the cutting edge of rapidly moving academic fields, and get involved in real-world research projects.What is the rank of Lambton College in Canada? ›
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Of all the Majors Business Majors are the easiest, because there are computer programs and apps for practically every aspect, and International Business is easiest of all, because Yale and Harvard have done the hard work, and if you can swot you can pass it.Can I study international business without maths? ›
No, it is not compulsory to have Maths in class 12th for pursuing BBA in finance and international business from the Christ University. But, if you take Maths in class 12th, then you will have a good base over mathematical calculation and it will surely will help you in near future.Is math required in international business? ›
Students must have studied class 12 in the Commerce Stream or must have studied Mathematics as a compulsory subject.Is there maths in international business? ›
Theoretical and Applied Mathematics in International Business is an essential research publication that explores the importance and implications of applied and theoretical mathematics within international business, including areas such as finance, general management, sales and marketing, and supply chain management.Is there free College in Canada? ›
Answer-There are no tuition-free universities in Canada, either for international or domestic students. However, some universities are backed by fully-funded scholarships that will fund students' complete education.Is it easy to get PR after study in Canada? ›
Is It Easy To Get Pr In Canada After 1 Year Study? Studying in Canada makes it easier for international students to obtain permanent residency through the Express Entry program.
Each year, thousands of international students choose Lambton College for a practical, affordable, world-class education. Lambton College programs are delivered in three unique Canadian cities: Sarnia, Toronto, and Mississauga, Ontario.Which is the best College in Canada for international students? ›
- Centennial College. Centennial College is located in Toronto and is the first community college in Ontario. ...
- George Brown College. ...
- Seneca College. ...
- Mohawk College. ...
- Georgian College.
International students can access a world class education at an affordable price at Lambton College. Students will also receive: Work experience opportunities through part-time, volunteer, on-campus employment, co-op placements and post-graduate employment. Some of the lowest tuition and living costs in Canada.What is the fees of Lambton College? ›
|Programs||Fees per annum|
|Graduate Certificate A.I. and Machine Learning||$12,570|
|Diploma in Business Accounting||$10,263|
|Diploma in Business Administration||$10,432|
First-time college students should expect to spend about four years completing this degree, while transfer students usually graduate in two years.What do people in international business do? ›
They analyze foreign and domestic markets to locate new business opportunities. These professionals work across private and public sectors, often holding positions within government agencies and global firms.Is international business a good degree? ›
Work experience. A degree in international business prepares you for a global, diverse career, with opportunities across many sectors and industries. Employers typically expect graduates to have experience of working in a business environment so it's a good idea to undertake some relevant experience before you graduate ...What are the disadvantages of international business? ›
- The global economy has made it easier to ship products or sell a service almost anywhere in the world. ...
- Disadvantages of International Shipping Customs and Duties. ...
- Language Barriers. ...
- Cultural Differences. ...
- Servicing Customers. ...
- Returning Products. ...
- Intellectual Property Theft.
The average international business salary in the USA is $83,381 per year or $42.76 per hour. Entry level positions start at $51,000 per year while most experienced workers make up to $150,000 per year.What is an example of international business? ›
1. Apple. Apple Inc., founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne in the 1970s, is now considered one of the most influential international companies. Headquartered in the United States, Apple designs, develops, and sells electronics, software, streaming, and online services worldwide.
The main focus of business courses is economics and management. But you will also learn about other topics, such as finance, HR, public relations and marketing. Plus, you will gain transferable skills and knowledge in the process, such as: An understanding on how organisations work.What careers dont need maths? ›
- Bookkeeping and Accounting Studies.
- Forensics and Investigations.
- Policing, Forensics and Investigation Studies.
- Office Administration and Secretarial Studies.
- Business Management Studies.
- Beauty Therapy Studies.
- Occupational Health and Safety Studies.
- Criminal Justice.
- Culinary Arts.
- Foreign Language.
- Graphic Design.
While most careers in international business management require at least a bachelor's degree, you can start some entry-level jobs with an associate's degree.Do business majors make money? ›
The salary level for business degree graduates, in general corresponds to their levels of education in the field of business as well as the differences in the individuals' work experience in different job industries. According to Simply Hired, the average salary for business administration jobs is currently $59,000.What is the education for international business? ›
Many successful international business professionals start with an associate or bachelor's degree, then progress to an advanced degree after they gain work experience, zero in on their interests, and firm up their career goals.Is business management a lot of math? ›
Managerial accounting definitely requires math, but the focus is on arithmetic—analyzing expenses and profits, budgeting, and more. You'll then learn how to use this information to predict the financial future of your business and make good decisions about payroll, raises, layoffs, and more.Is business easy in college? ›
Business is not a hard major at all. In fact, a business degree is considered to be one of the easier degrees offered by universities and colleges today. Although the business courses are lengthy, they do not require you to study intensive maths nor are the concepts too difficult or challenging.How much math is needed for a business degree? ›
Business majors must complete a college algebra course, especially data analysis. Algebra is needed in various essential business operations such as payroll, insurance, depreciation, taxes. Calculus is essential for business majors.Which is the cheapest college in Canada? ›
- Canadian Mennonite University.
- Memorial University of Newfoundland.
- Memorial University of Newfoundland.
- University of Northern British Columbia.
- University of Calgary.
- Simon Fraser University.
- University of Saskatchewan.
Compared to many countries, studying in Canada is very affordable. You will likely need between C$20,000 and C$30,000 annually to cover tuition. This range is an average only and will vary according to the institution and program in which you are enrolled.Is Canada cheap to study? ›
Canada, one of the most favourite study abroad destinations among the international student population, is known for its outstanding and affordable education.Which course is best to get PR in Canada? ›
Some of the popular and best course in Canada to get PR are Business and Management, Finance and Economics, Medicine and Healthcare, Engineering, Computer Science, and IT.How many years do I need to study in Canada to get PR? ›
Getting PR under International Student Immigration Category:
degree from a publicly funded Canadian university in Ontario or completing a minimum of 2 years study program. Having the intention to live and work in the province of Ontario. Apply within two years from the date of obtaining a Ph.
To keep your permanent resident status, you must have been in Canada for at least 730 days during the last five years. These 730 days don't need to be continuous. Some of your time abroad may count towards the 730 days.Is it difficult to get admission in Lambton College? ›
The admissions process is competitive and meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee admission. Applications that were previously submitted through an agent of Lambton College will not be re-assessed and the application fee will not be refunded.Does Lambton College require ielts? ›
English Language Proficiency Requirements
Applicants must demonstrate language proficiency by submitting one of the following scores: IELTS of 6.0; TOEFL iBT 69; or. Passed Lambton Institute of English placement test.
Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology (Lambton College) is a public, non- profit college located in Sarnia, Ontario which has established a licensing agreement in Toronto, Ontario, Canada referred to as Lambton in Toronto. Cestar College, a government licensed private career college.What is the cheapest college in Canada for international students? ›
- Memorial University of Newfoundland. Tuition fees: 2,150 – 11,460 CAD/year. ...
- University of Regina. Tuition fees: 1,715 – 20,050 CAD/year. ...
- Royal Roads University. Tuition fees: 3,750 – 27,600 CAD/year. ...
- University of Saskatchewan. Tuition fees: 4,110 – 24,000 CAD/year. ...
- Tuition fees: 1,625 – 17,250 CAD/year.
Newfoundland and Labrador's University, also known as the Memorial University of Newfoundland or MUN, is the cheapest university in Canada for international students. It was founded in 1925 in memory of first world war veterans.
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See the main thing that captures is intakes. All Canadian colleges take upto 15–20 working days to provide you with the offer letter. The more early you fill up the application chances are higher to get the offer letter at earliest from any Canadian colleges. Wait & all will be great.Does Lambton College provide PGWP? ›
International students who successfully complete their program of study at Lambton College may be eligible to apply for a Post Graduate Work Permit Program (PGWPP). The PGWPP allows students to gain valuable Canadian work experience.What is Lambton College known for? ›
The college is renowned for its affordable quality education. With practical oriented modules, ultra-modern educational facilities, internship and co-op opportunities helps the students to graduate work-ready. Tens of thousands of international students choose Lambton College to pursue their higher education.Is Lambton College accept 5.5 bands? ›
English Language Proficiency Requirements
IELTS of 5.5 + Completion of EAP-3106 (English for Academic Purposes) during first term of study. TOEFL 60 + Completion of EAP-3106 (English for Academic Purposes) during first term of study.
International students require an overall IELTS score of 6.0 or TOEFL score of 69 in order to apply for Lambton College admission. The application fee for the programs offered by the college is 150 CAD (~8,900 INR). Admission to Lambton College ensures outstanding education with average total tuition fees 15 lakhs.Is Lambton a good college? ›
In fact, Lambton College was ranked #1 among the top 50 research colleges in Canada in 2018. Lambton Research teams at Lambton College allow students to get close to the cutting edge of rapidly moving academic fields, and get involved in real-world research projects.Is international business management a good degree? ›
Work experience. A degree in international business prepares you for a global, diverse career, with opportunities across many sectors and industries. Employers typically expect graduates to have experience of working in a business environment so it's a good idea to undertake some relevant experience before you graduate ...What is international business course about? ›
This course examines organisational and individual behaviours, structures and management practices in multinationals and in business situations involving cross-cultural interactions. This equips students with both analytical and practical skills in management of multinational firms with focus on cultural differences.What is the scope of international business management? ›
This specialisation offers a fantastic opportunity to work in a global market, across the world. Some of the job profiles that students can expect to work on include business development manager, financial trader, sales executive, marketing executive, external auditor, supply chain manager, data scientist, and more.
The average international business salary in the USA is $83,381 per year or $42.76 per hour. Entry level positions start at $51,000 per year while most experienced workers make up to $150,000 per year.What is the highest paying job in international business? ›
- International Trade Finance Manager: $50,000 – $130,000. ...
- International Trade Researcher: $70,000 – $135,000. ...
- Global Marketing Manager: $80,000 – $150,000. ...
- Global Trade Lawyer: $113,000 – $170,000. ...
- International Business Development Manager: $180,000 – $200,000.
Ranked Top Hotel Management Institute awarded by Times Education Icon 2022. Management career in international business Experts in international business management are in high demand on the international markets.What are 5 forms of international business? ›
- Licensing: This agreement allows the licensor an affordable entry to a foreign market while the licensee gains access to the unique assets, especially goodwill of another firm. ...
- Franchising. ...
- Joint Ventures. ...
- Foreign Direct Investments. ...
They analyze foreign and domestic markets to locate new business opportunities. These professionals work across private and public sectors, often holding positions within government agencies and global firms.What is an example of international business? ›
1. Apple. Apple Inc., founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne in the 1970s, is now considered one of the most influential international companies. Headquartered in the United States, Apple designs, develops, and sells electronics, software, streaming, and online services worldwide.Who is interested in international business? ›
Such international business stakeholders include employees, managers, businesses, governments, and nongovernmental organizations.What can I do after international business management course? ›
Answer: The job profiles offered after pursing a course specialized in International Business Management are International Marketing Manager, Investment Banker, International Finance Manager, Global Business Manager, International Business Consultant, Export managers and executives, and Business Development Manager.What is the salary of international business manager? ›
International Business Development Manager salary in India ranges between ₹ 4.4 Lakhs to ₹ 25.0 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 10.0 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 462 salaries received from International Business Development Managers.What can I do after international management? ›
- International Marketing Manager. ...
- International Product Manager. ...
- Finance Analyst. ...
- Business Development Manager. ...
- Research Analyst. ...
- Logistics Manager. ...
- International Supply Chain Manager. ...
- Human Resources Manager.
First-time college students should expect to spend about four years completing this degree, while transfer students usually graduate in two years.What's the highest paid business degree? ›
- Finance Management– B.S., M.S. or MBA in Finance. ...
- Healthcare Management – M.S. ...
- Business Economics – B.S., M.S. or MBA in Economics. ...
- Accounting – B.S., M.S. or MBA in Accounting. ...
- Information System Management – B.S. ...
- Business Administration – MBA. ...
- Actuarial Science – B.S. or M.S.
Most in-demand business majors
- Business administration/management.
- Logistics/supply chain.
- Management information systems.