Global Engagement

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Curriculum & Programs

Whichever program you choose at Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School, you’ll learn how to adapt to unique economic, cultural, political, and legal environments, and discover how business practices differ among nations. A global competency is key to a Suffolk business education.

Learn more about how we integrate a global focus into our curriculum

Faculty Research

The Sawyer Business School boasts a strong presence of Fulbright Scholars and exceptional international research expertise. Our commitment to global engagement and academic excellence fosters cross-cultural exchange, collaboration, and innovative research that impacts global business practices and policies.

Check out how our faculty are performing research worldwide

International Collaborations

As an undergraduate student, you can earn a double major in Global Business. Combine your major with any functional area of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, management, information systems, and entrepreneurship.

Our faculty have connections all over the world. We partner with prestigious universities, serve on international boards, teach, engage professionally, and welcome visiting scholars. These global interactions enrich our academic environment and empower our students to thrive in an interconnected world.

Explore the connections our academics make with communities around the world

The Sawyer Business School aspires to prepare leaders and change-makers for the global communities. Centered in the heart of downtown Boston and encompassing the world, we have been at the forefront of global education for multiple decades. With 40% of the faculty having international backgrounds and speaking 30 different languages, and a student body representing over 100 countries, the School is truly a culturally diverse community and is poised to be a competitive and inspiring leader in global business education.

Amy Zeng Dean, Sawyer Business School