- Video Profile: Erica’s experience in England
- Video Profile: Ravi’s experience in Morroco
- Business student reflections on study abroad experience
As of the Fall 2007 all International Business majors are required to study abroad. Selection of an appropriate foreign site should be based on TCNJ recommended list and course availability at the foreign school. Prior to registering abroad, all students need to consult their advisor and seek approval for the selected abroad courses.
For further information about recommended study abroad programs, contact the Office of International and Off-Campus Programs, in Green Hall Room 111, at 609.771.2596, or visit: http://www.tcnj.edu/~goglobal/undergraduate/index.html.
International Business students are strongly encouraged to enhance their education by selecting a functional minor. Recommended minors include: accounting, economics, finance, human resources, management, marketing, and professional selling.
There are numerous on-line resources for research in International Business. Some good starting points are listed below:
Country Commercial Guides (in STAT-USA , available via the TCNJ Library)
Data and Statistics
International Financial Statistics I from the IMF (available via the TCNJ Library)
World Development Indicators (and other World Bank data)
International Statistical Agencies (list compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau)
Resource Guides from Other Institutions
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