International Studies
Careers without Borders

Add a global perspective. The International Studies is only offered as a second major and must be combined with another major offered by Kelley School of Business.

What is international studies?

International business has evolved well past imports and exports. Many U.S. companies are multinational, with production units in numerous foreign countries. Because of that, private enterprise in the United States has become more intimately concerned with the economic, political, and social trends of foreign nations. International studies majors at Kelley Indianapolis take on the challenges of doing business in the global marketplace by adding an international perspective to their primary majors.

How do you get there?

International studies is designed as a second major in business. Pair it with finance, human resource management, supply chain management, or any other major to give your studies a global perspective and your career a competitive edge.  

At Kelley Indianapolis, international studies majors are required to take 9 credit hours of course work after they’ve met the International Dimension Requirement, for a total of at least 15 credit hours in international course work. These 15 credit hours must be spread across at least two of the four International Dimension options with no more than 6 credit hours of a foreign language and no more than 9 credit hours in any single area.

Meet the Kelley international studies faculty.

Kelley international studies professors help you enhance your education with a global perspective.