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Rollins Ranked Among the Nation’s Top 15 International Business Programs

March 13, 2019

By Audrey St. Clair ’03

Rollins International Business students in a seminar.
Photo by Scott Cook.

Rollins’ international business program was recently ranked No. 15 on a list of the nation’s top 50 programs.

Rollins’ international business program was recently ranked No. 15 on Study.com’s list of the nation’s top 50 undergraduate international business programs. Rollins’ AACSB-accredited program blends the breadth of a top-ranked liberal arts education with the depth of an elite business education, giving graduates a competitive edge in the job market.

Through the use of student surveys and data available through the Department of Education, Study.com evaluated programs based on factors like experiential learning, study abroad opportunities, and degree options. Rollins has a dual-degree program in which students also earn a BS in international management from Reutlingen University in Germany and graduate with German fluency and experience in an international internship.

Rollins students highlight experiences like this along with excellent professors, ideal class sizes, rigorous coursework, and career preparation as standout features of the program.

Rollins student and professor discuss international business.Rollins student and professor discuss international business.
International business major Caleb Archuleta ’18 cites the mentorship of expert faculty like business professor Richard Lewin as a key driver of postgraduate success.Photo by Scott Cook.

While at Rollins, international business major Caleb Archuelta ’18 spent a year in Morocco studying Arabic and researching U.S. national security interests before completing internships at Boeing and aerospace firm Orbital ATK. The Alfond Scholar is now working in security consulting for Concentric, a risk consultancy that specializes in delivering strategic security and intelligence services.

“The challenges of the program and the skill sets those created—critical thinking, professional writing, statistical and financial analysis—have enabled me to adapt to and thrive in a variety of professional challenges,” says Archuleta. “As I grew and developed new and deeper passions, I had this huge resource of professors who were not just teachers, but also mentors and close friends.”

Rollins international business student in classRollins international business student in class
Photo by Scott Cook.

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