Graduate Certificate in International Business Management

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Program Description

Overview

If you're interested in pursuing a career in global business management, this intensive program will enable you to explore key areas of global management, including global marketing, finance, and supply chains. You will develop the core skills required to effectively manage the aspects of global business activities for an organization and gain hands-on experience during placement in the third semester.

As a graduate, you may pursue additional certification towards a Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) designation as a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP).

Please note that the academic curriculum is continually reviewed and revised to ensure that Cambrian's programs and courses remain relevant. The College reserves the right to cancel or make changes to any course or program, fee, procedure, or campus location at any time.

Program Highlights

  • 1 year – 3 semesters
  • The 8-week placement gives you practical experience
  • Helps position you for international career opportunities within in public and private organizations
  • Courses cover all key areas of global management

Fieldwork/Placement

Semester three will be an eight-week, unpaid work placement.

Admission Requirements

A graduate of a recognized two- or three-year postsecondary program. Applicants working in related industries without a diploma or degree may be considered on an individual basis.

Program Delivery

This program will be delivered in the following terms:

Program of Study

Semester 1 Credits
ACC 1018 International Finance 3
BUS 1067 Introduction to Global Business 4
BUS 1132 International E-Commerce 3
HRI 1002 Global Human Resources Management 4
LAW 1005 Global Legal Issues 3
MKT 1014 Global Marketing Management 4
Credits 21
Semester 2
BUS 1050 Global Supply Chain Management 4
BUS 1069 Global Trade Management 4
BUS 1072 Trade Research & Design 4
PRM 1000 Project Management 4
BUS 1143 Global Business Plan 4
Credits 20
Semester 3
BUS 1066
or BUS 1088
Work Placement
or Capstone Project
7
Credits 7
Total Credits 48

Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities for graduates may be found in a wide range of private and public international business environments in areas that include:

  • Exporting and importing
  • Distribution and logistics
  • International trade development
  • International research
  • International sales and marketing
  • International finance administration
Last updated Oct 2019

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