Latino Business Studies
Prepare for an exciting business career in Spanish-speaking cultures with the B.A. in Latino Business Studies from Georgian Court University in Lakewood, New Jersey.
This distinctive program gives you the opportunity to polish your Spanish skills, acquire a strong foundation in the business arena, and experience working in a Spanish business environment. It consists of credits in business and Spanish, and you are encouraged to earn some of your business credits at approved study abroad locations in Spanish-speaking countries. Upon graduation, you can matriculate directly into GCU’s MBA program.
The B.A. in Latino Business Studies prepares students for careers in businesses whose clients or employees are from Spanish-speaking cultures, particularly those in the Americas. The program provides students with the opportunity to become proficient in the Spanish language and cultures which speak it while acquiring a strong foundation in business and experience working in a Spanish business environment either through a study abroad or internship experience. With this preparation, students can matriculate directly into GCU’s M.B.A. program.
The program prepares students to
- enter graduate programs in Spanish, business, or international/global business;
- work in/start a business that employs Spanish-speakers from diverse cultural backgrounds; and
- work for/start a business that caters to Spanish-speaking clients or operates in a Spanish-speaking culture.
Students will learn the principles of finance, management, marketing, economics, financial accounting, and statistics as they relate to a business setting and be able to apply their knowledge of business in a practical setting through an internship or study abroad experience. Students will communicate professionally in Spanish orally and in writing, read and understand Spanish business terminology, identify common themes, and distinguish similarities and differences between the countries and cultures that comprise the Spanish-speaking Americas, and comprehend the historical, political, and social contexts of the past and present Latino populations in the United States and in Latin America.
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.