Business (Global Politics), BA

For the world to function efficiently, it requires skilled and confident political, nonprofit, and business-oriented leaders who can analyze political relationships within and among countries. To prepare students to efficiently take on these challenges and enhance cohesion between businesses, governments, academics, and civil societies, the NAHCEU business degree in global politics has been structured to train students to develop the necessary expertise to meet these global demands.

Global Politics Degree Courses

A NAHCEU business degree in global politics offers students a unique opportunity to learn the practical and theoretical skills needed to succeed professionally in international relations. The degree imbibes the culture of critical thinking concerning global problems and integrates inquiry and action in students. Armed with a business degree in global politics, you will be able to build an enduring foundation in business and also attain a critical global perspective through courses such as –

  • American Foreign Policy
  • Business Law and Ethics for Managers
  • Comparative Government
  • Comparative Politics
  • Contemporary Global Controversies
  • Democratization
  • European Union
  • Global Marketing Management
  • Global Politics
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Global Supply Operations
  • International Political Economy
  • Latin America
  • National Security, Intelligence, and Terrorism
  • Organization and Management Leadership
  • Principles of International Business
  • Survey of International Economics
  • World Politics and Global Inequalities

Careers In Global Politics

There are a plethora of courses available to you when you have a business degree in global politics which will prepare you to delve confidently into any of these careers – law, journalism, public relations, information analysis, market research, and campaign and issue management



Median Salary*

Administrative Services Managers



Chief Executives 



Chief Sustainability Officers  



Compliance Managers  



Cost Estimators 






General and Operations Managers  



Industrial Production Managers 



Investment Fund Managers 



Management Analysts 



Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists 



Marketing Managers 



Regulatory Affairs Managers  



Sales Managers 



Security Managers 



Social and Community Service Managers



Storage and Distribution Managers 



Supply Chain Managers  



Transportation Managers 



Wind Energy Project Managers


*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

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