Professors McIntyre and Routzahn (Department Chair); Associate Professor Duvall; Assistant Professors Kahn and Ramnarine; Professor of Practice Burdett; Lecturers Hockley and Looney, Visiting Assistant Professor Murphy.
Areas of particular teaching interest: McIntyre: money and financial markets, international economics and finance, data analytics, macroeconomic theory; Routzahn: managerial, cost, and advanced accounting, corporate finance, economics of gender; Duvall: introductory, intermediate, and tax accounting; Kahn: data analytics, labor economics, economics of sports, microeconomic theory; Ramnarine: economic development, data analytics, economic issues and policy; Burdett: consumer behavior, global marketing, principles of marketing; Hockley: business strategy and policy, entrepreneurship, management theory and practice, international business; Looney: business ethics, entrepreneurship, investment theory and practice; Murphy: auditing, managerial accounting, tax accounting.
Building on the strong core of the Business Administration major, the major in International Business concentrates on developing an understanding of international trade, international finance, the global economic environment, global markets, and greater awareness of world cultures. Study abroad and the development of foreign language fluency are integral components of the program. Our McDaniel Europe branch campus in Budapest, Hungary provides a beneficial opportunity to study the International business environment in a foreign setting.