Professionals with expertise in international business are valued for their comprehensive understanding of the increasingly global and competitive nature of the modern business environment. Specialists with an understanding of the forces that influence relations between the major players in the international system are equally valued. This double degree will develop your knowledge of the businesses functions that are essential in our increasingly globalised world, as well as your understanding of the political, social, economic and legal processes of the international system. KEY FEATURES You'll develop a solid grounding in international business studies through core units in accounting, economics, finance and marketing, and in international relations through a focus on politics and law. You can also study a range of electives from across the business and international relations disciplines. Your teachers are leading academics in the fields of international relations theory, democratisation, human rights, globalisation, security studies, regionalisation and global political economy. You'll have opportunities to develop your research skills while undertaking a research project. This course is available on campus, online, or through a combination of both, which means you can continue to work full-time while studying. You can further enhance your career prospects by completing the Master of International Relations Internship.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||2 years - 2.5 years depending on RPL granted|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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