SUNY Brockport is accredited by the Middle States Association and chartered by the State University of New York (SUNY) system. The Department is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the most prestigious accreditation body for business schools in the world.
It is the only major of its type in the SUNY system.
You will be part of the most selective and demanding major.
The Business Advisory Board, which comprises top business leaders from the Rochester area, meets with the faculty to review and suggest how domestic and international business and social developments should shape the curriculum.
Over 80 percent of the Department's full-time faculty hold a doctoral degree.
Our major is recognized for its strong academic program, dedicated faculty, and talented students.
The interdisciplinary nature of the program allows for a great flexibility in the choice of courses and options.
You will be a part of a student body that comes from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds, and countries (five continents).
SUNY Brockport has one of the largest study abroad programs in the country, with 22 programs in 11 countries, on five continents. Click here for more information about Brockport’s Study Abroad Program.
You will further your proficiency in a foreign language of your choice and develop the cross-cultural awareness needed to function effectively in various cultural contexts.
You will acquire skills in a wide range of business areas (accounting, management, marketing, and finance) and understand the theory and practice of the economics of world trade.
Core classes typically range from 15 to 25 students, which means you will receive personal attention.
SUNY Brockport provides a wide range of services to students, including career counseling and instruction in resume writing, interview preparation, and networking.
We are glad you are interested in the International Business major at Brockport, but look at the other programs in SUNY or elsewhere.
Ask them these five questions and then come back to Brockport and ask us these same questions.
If the answer is NO, the program is just a CONCENTRATlON, NOT A MAJOR (no matter what the catalog says).
If the answer is NO, the program may produce International Business majors who may have difficulty taking a taxicab from the airport to a meeting.
If the answer is NO, you will limit your perspective on how businesses operate in a global environment.
If the answer is NO, you will miss a valuable opportunity to put your learning into action.
If the answer is NO, you will miss the opportunity to integrate and synthesize the practical aspects of business established with economic theory and planning.
International business and economics graduates are prepared for a variety of managerial jobs including positions with:
Our graduates take one of two paths after graduation: