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- In addition to language study, you’ll take business classes related to your area of concentration.
- You will spend at least one semester studying abroad.
- Intensive tutoring is available through Clemson’s brand new Academic Success Center.
- You will have many ways to build proficiency in your chosen language, from the language lab to language clubs to conversing with your host family during study abroad.
Right now is an exciting time to prepare for a career in the global marketplace, using advanced language skills in the field of international business. Clemson’s language and international trade major combines intensive foreign language study (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish) with a professional business concentration in one of the following areas: international trade, tourism or applied international economics. Old boundaries are dissolving rapidly, and doing business often means doing business abroad. Students who choose this major want to immerse themselves in another language and another culture. They want to learn how to live, work and succeed in a business environment that’s anything but local.