Coursework at the International School of Business (ISB) are subdivided into the following departments:
Accounting and Finance (AF)
Arts, Entertainment, and Media (AM)
Decision Sciences (DS)
Entrepreneurship Resources (ER)
Real Estate (RE)
To offer academic programs to develop students’ entrepreneurial capacities by challenging their mindsets, attitudes, belief systems, self-efficacy, emotions, and personal values as much as their technical knowledge and skills.
To develop entrepreneurial teaching and learning practices to build skills that can be applied in the real world.
To use interdisciplinary approaches to bring diverse forms of knowledge and perspectives to the learning process.
To engage external stakeholders in the design and delivery of entrepreneurial activities
To promote the knowledge of global economic and strategic challenges by means of a multicultural educational based on international and local models while grounded in the reality of a fast-paced world.
To develop the ability to understand organizational choices and to improve corporate performance.
To stimulate capacities to implement change through effective leadership and communication insight. To promote sustainability and support responsible business practices through critical thinking, technology, and innovation.
To offer connections between strictly economic subjects and modes of thought drawn from diverse disciplines such as sociology, history, and philosophy.
To promote autonomy, creativity, responsibility, empathy, ability to reflect and solve problems, and teamwork.
ISB is committed to:
The quest for innovation and excellence in teaching and learning in order to develop and apply new forms of valuable knowledge.
Guaranteeing a unique student experience where everyone is equal, supported, and encouraged to fulfill their potential.
Inspiring and leading the local and global community’s cultural, intellectual, economic, and social life.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Some ISB courses are required components of select AA/BA programs.
Study abroad programs, short and long-term.