International Business is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with cross-cultural skills and knowledge to pursue career opportunities in business, trade, government and non-government organizations (NGOs). The program brings together courses and faculty from a number of disciplines across the Williams College of Business.
By studying international business, you will:
- Gain a solid foundation in international business principles and practices to be prepared for the global world of business.
- Develop distinct skills to solve international business problems and function effectively in the global arena.
- Cultivate a sound understanding of cultures that exist across the global economy.
Featured Advisory Board Member
President & CEO
Daniel Cunningham is President and CEO of the Long-Stanton Group, focusing on developing his Profit & Loss level executive team, leading the strategic process and managing the Long-Stanton brand. He owns and operates business in both the US and China, including Long Stanton and Long Stanton Asia, which both focusing on metal stamping and fabrication; and Long-Stanton & Lee, a bi-cultural manufacturer of assemblies made from metal, rubber and plastic, with operations in Shanghai, Beijing, Changzhou, Guangzhou, Wuhan, and the United States.
Dan graduated from Ohio Northern University and has taken graduate business studies at Union College and Xavier University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management Program. Service duties include Board Director of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; member of the Donghai Securities Strategy Advisory Board, LeeWorld Capital Chinese Media Fund Advisory Board, Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts, and the China/Emerging Market Roundtable Advisory Committee of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.