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Study Japanese as a foreign language while acquiring general business knowledge.
Macro Economics, Principles of Management, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Business Law, Civilization of the U.S., American Government
Continue international business study while concentrating on the Asian region.
Transfer 50 credits from KIU, enroll in many business courses. Keep informed regarding Asian business.
Look for employment in an Asia-based global company that will take advantage of the knowledge and skills you've acquired in your college career.
As you take your math requirements, your liberal arts courses will help you refine your presentation skills.
Calculus and Analytical Geometry I & II, Fundamentals of Public Speaking, English Literature, Introduction to Christianity, American Government, Japanese Government
Architecture majors must study a wide range of subjects including engineering, design and modeling.
Transfer 26 credits from KIU. While studying to obtain your college degree, prepare also for registration and licensing exams. Broaden your sphere of expertise by taking additional electives.
Qualify for the architectural license and go global.
Find employment in a global architectural firm. Make use of your bilingualism and your international background that will help you rise to success as an architect who can span the globe.
Broaden your knowledge of international development through participation in the service training excursion to Ghana.
International Development (Ghana Immersion), Human Resources Management, Micro and Macro Economics, Organizational Behavior I, Introduction to Business, Calculus and Analytic Geometry I & II, Philosophy, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Choose a university with a strong international relations program, enroll in practical courses.
Transfer 38 credits from KIU. After acquiring basic knowledge about international relations, participate in elementary school internship in Ghana. A hands-on experience to help the locals become independent.
Apply for work with a non-governmental organization so that you will be able to physically stand and help aid the process of international development.
Busy yet rewarding life as your work will contribute to improving the lives of people in developing countries.
While studying marketing, get involved with poster creation, T-shirt designing for school events.
Advertising, Marketing, Advanced English, Macro Economics, Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Organizational Behavior, Introduction to Business, Principles of Accounting, Life Science, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Complete your graphic design degree in the United States, the leader in graphic design.
Transfer 42 credits from KIU. While studying graphic design fundamentals, participate in various projects on and off campus to gain experience. Join on-campus student design organizations.
Find employment at a design firm with a strong business sense.
Work at an advertising agency in Japan that will utilize your acquired knowledge and skills. Find special positions which will make the most of your language skills and abilities to work with branding.