With a globally-focused undergraduate degree from the College of Arts & Sciences or Sawyer Business School, you'll be ready to take on the world—whether it's the start of an exciting new career, or an advanced degree in the arts, sciences, business, or law. Meet the challenge head-on with these programs, and hundreds of individual courses that can be included in your field of study.
Communication styles and methods vary greatly across cultures and around the globe. Listen closely and you'll get important social insights. In our versatile Global and Cultural Communication major, you’ll study intercultural communication, media, rhetoric, and more.
Complement your major with a globally-focused minor that will enhance your communication skills across cultures.
Are you interested in a career doing business in different countries? Do you enjoy learning about new cultures? Do you like to travel? If so, Global Business is the perfect fit for you.
The major in Global & Cultural Studies will prepare you for work and citizenship in an interconnected world where boundaries between nations and cultures are disappearing. This new interdisciplinary major will foster understanding and skills to enhance your ability to collaborate in international contexts.
Marketing is critical to the success of any business, product, or idea. And it’s a field that’s evolving rapidly with the onset of globalization, new technologies, and modern lifestyles.
In the Sawyer Business School, you'll learn how to create effective integrated business strategies that include marketing, publicity, research, and advertising.
With our International Relations major, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to to influence your local, national, and global environment while studying in the heart of Boston—a truly international city.
Fluency in Spanish is an asset in today’s job market. It’s especially crucial in the business, economic, media, and political worlds. As a Spanish major, you'll master the language and become culturally fluent, too.
As a Spanish minor, you'll join the more than 500 million people who speak Spanish worldwide. It's the second most common language after Mandarin, and the most popular second language after English. Let the conversation begin!