Butler’s International Business program will expose you to all aspects of global business environments and help hone your understanding of diverse cultures. You will learn to communicate effectively and sensitively on behalf of others, identify trends in global business, and adapt business strategies to global changes. International Business students are prepared for a variety of careers in an increasingly international business environment.
Butler’s Exploratory Business program is perfect for those interested in studying business, but are undecided about their major. Exploratory Business majors are encouraged to explore. Rather than starting down a path you’re unsure about, you can explore all of the options within business and find the best fit. You will receive help from both an academic advisor and a personal career mentor. In addition, the Freshman Business Experience class will help you learn more about yourself and explore all of the business disciplines.
You can funnel your passions into action through Butler’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation program. Real business start-up experiences, internships, and mentorships will guide you to craft something unique, make waves, and give you the skills you need to stand apart from competition. After graduation, you will be able to apply your innovative mindset to real-world situations putting you in the best position to take calculated risks.
Butler’s Business Law minor will give you basic law vocabulary and foundational theory through introductory accounting and economics courses. Our minor provides an introduction to ethical and legal issues that surround business activities and transactions, preparing you for the real world landscape you’ll enter into after graduation.
Students pursuing a general Business minor will take courses that expand their understanding of business basics. The business minor will introduce you to the language and tools of business through accounting, economics, information management, and business statistics. You can then choose courses to gain a deeper knowledge of business disciplines such as finance, operations management, or marketing.