Sen. Lamar Alexander will speak at Belmont University Feb. 17 in honor of the launch of the new International Business program at Belmont’s prestigious Jack C. Massey College of Business Administration.
The new International Business program at the Massey College of Business Administration requires a combination of foreign language proficiency, study abroad, cultural knowledge and international business courses in marketing, finance, economics, accounting and law.
Alexander will speak at noon in the Board Room of the Massey Business Center on the significance to Tennessee and Tennesseans of higher education and international trade, to an audience including members of the Belmont University language, arts & sciences and business faculty, undergraduate and graduate business students, Belmont University President Dr. Robert Fisher, local representatives of the International Business Council of the Chamber of Commerce and the media.
“Commerce is becoming increasingly global. Now is the time to study international business,” said Dr. Pat Raines, professor of economics and Dean of the Massey College of Business Administration. “The College of Business at Belmont University wants to ensure that Tennessee