International Business Learning Outcomes

The faculty of the Robert P. Stiller School of Business at Champlain College work extensively with a wide variety of employers to determine the exact skills, knowledge and characteristics they are seeking in job candidates. The resulting International Business program is carefully designed to give you the capabilities employers value most highly.

By the time you complete the academic and professional requirements for your International Business degree, you will be embody the following character traits and skills:

  • The Cultural Empathizer: Identify and evaluate the complexities of international business and globalization from home versus host-country, and regional, cultural perspectives.
  • International Political Economist: Analyze the relationships between international business and the political, economic, legal and social policies of countries, regions and international institutions.
  • Emerging Markets Analyst: Analyze current conditions in developing emerging markets, and evaluate present and future opportunities and risks for international business activities (The Opportunist).
  • Global Strategist: Develop a framework to support successful decision-making in all relevant functions and activities of any international business or international operations of a domestic business within the competitively international environment.