Business Administration: International Business Law
The B.A. in Business Administration: International Business Law is a dually accredited program. You will get both American and European BA degree for a single price. The International Business Law concentration focuses on the regulations and rules governing international trade and commerce as well as intellectual property law.
|Accreditation||WASC + MSMT|
|Degree||Bachelor of Arts|
|Intake||Fall / Spring|
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About the program
The B.A. in Business Administration: International Business Law is a dually accredited program. You will get both American and European BA degree for a single price. The program is delivered by an international faculty with top qualifications and experience in the business world. We commit ourselves to a personalized education model: in Spring 2020, the average class size in business undergraduate studies was 18 students!
What I enjoy most about AAU is its diverse and engaging environment. The smaller class sizes allowed me to make meaningful connections with faculty members and students, and facilitated networking, which is extremely important in the business world, and has enabled me to seek out the right opportunities.Kristian Pankulych, Business Administration, Student
The International Business Law concentration focuses on the regulations and rules governing international trade and commerce as well as intellectual property law. The concentration’s modules provide an emphasis on present-day issues and practical problems arising in today’s business world. The main focus of this concentration is EU law, negotiating and drafting of contracts in an international environment, regulation of businesses (e.g., consumer protection, capital markets and securities regulation), and comparative business law.
Upon completion of all modules, students will be able to demonstrate detailed knowledge of relevant concepts and terminology, will be able to use empirical tools and apply problem solving techniques, and exhibit a comprehensive understanding of rules related to international business law.
Business Administration: International Business Law is a 3-year study program. To graduate, students must accumulate 90 US credits (180 ECTS credits) by completing 30 courses.
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On top of that students are also required to complete the Thesis Seminar, Internship and Thesis module.
Additional courses that will be offered from the upcoming semester include: International Business Law and Transactions.
Note: a concentration can be opened, provided min. twelve students enroll.
Students can choose five courses from the list of courses offered by any school at AAU as well as one elective program from the concentration electives list.
Having passed all the required and elective courses, students complete their studies by taking graduation examination: state exam covering the major module, state exam covering the concentration module, thesis defense.
For more information on the modular structure and the study program, please contact our admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduates of the B.A. in Business Administration: International Business Law can expect to:
- Demonstrate detailed knowledge of relevant legal concepts and terminology.
- Exhibit a comprehensive understanding of rules related to international business law.
- Evaluate and analyze information as it is provided to determine validity and worth.
- Express findings and developments effectively using both current technology and written skills.
AAU graduates thrive in multinational environments and are able to communicate professionally in English to international audiences. As a graduate of this degree program, you will be well equipped to continue your studies or pursue a global career in areas such as:
- business consultant
- client executive
- project manager
- event manager
- sales manager
- event coordinator
- event planner
See what our students have to say
We do almost all of our projects in small international teams, and we work together like we would in a business company and synergize our different ideas. There's flexibilities to meet with teachers outside of class, and ask them questions, not just specifically things we learn in the class.
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I like AAU because it’s very diverse and you can take as many classes as you want, including ones not connected to your degree. That way you can grow as a person. I enjoy basically every hour I spend here and I feel like I’m getting value for every class and I feel very connected to the people around me.
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