The Curriculum

The undergraduate program in International Business Management at Binus Business School is designed to prepare students for a career in the dynamic and ever-changing global business environment. The curriculum is carefully crafted to provide students with a broad understanding of the international business landscape, as well as the analytical and practical skills necessary to excel in the field.

The curriculum is divided into two main categories: core courses and elective courses. Core courses are mandatory and cover a wide range of topics such as international business strategy, global marketing, international economics, cross-cultural management, and international finance. These courses provide students with a strong foundation in the field of international business and equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in their careers.

In addition to the core courses, students are required to take elective courses that allow them to specialize in a specific area of international business. The elective courses cover topics such as international trade and investment, international business law, global supply chain management, and entrepreneurship in the global economy. This allows students to tailor their education to their specific interests and career goals.

The curriculum also includes a capstone project, where students are required to apply their knowledge and skills to a real-world business problem. The capstone project is designed to be a comprehensive and integrated learning experience that allows students to demonstrate their proficiency in international business management.

All courses are designed to enhance business-related experience in an international context. Hence, our curriculum caters all aspects of business and management contents, while updating contemporary issues in business within Indonesian and around the world. A number of adjustment has been made to ensure the connectivity between courses, as well as requirements from the industry, university partners, and social environment.

The complete Handbook for reguler class can be downloaded here for Global Class here