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Global Exposure

Creating Global Citizens 

Global Internships

 

Explore the World

 

Foreign Language Study


 



Find your place in an ever changing world. Measure yourself in the classroom against the globe's best students. Explore global employment opportunities.

Creating Global Citizens

The most effective global managers can understand and navigate the complexities of international business while also building meaningful and responsible relationships with peoples of various nationalities, value-systems, administrative styles, and world experiences. Moore's unique expertise in offering students opportunities to develop their cultural and emotional intelligence both inside and outside of the classroom is one of the reasons it has led the undergraduate field for over a decade. Learn Moore. 

Global Internships

The International Business major at the Moore School opens up a world of opportunities for our students to intern around the country and the world. Our double-major system facilitates placement in a multitude of global sectors. The functional major equips them with the skills congruent with various industries and roles; the International Business major prepares them for immersion into the vast complexities of real-world business. Whether working while abroad or domestically in an multinational corporation, our students impress employers with their transnational capacities and business knowledge. Learn Moore. 

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Explore the World  

The Moore School's strong international links have allowed us to develop partnerships with over 30 of the best business schools around the world. Every spring, juniors majoring in the International Business program have the opportunity to study at one these schools through our exclusive Global Exchange Program. These partnerships allow students to build a network of global contacts with future business leaders around the world. Learn Moore.

Foreign Language Study

Language skills catapult the efficiency, insight and networking skills of a global professional to another level. That level of communication also allows an individual to gain deeper insight into the culture, values and context of the people they will be working with in their global business careers. In order to enhance this cross-cultural capability, IB students must successfully complete four 300 level courses in the foreign language (as a result, many students qualify for a language minor). The languages available at USC include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and Italian. Learn Moore. 

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