International Business Certificate Program
The one-year, 18-credit International Business Certificate Program (IBCP) enables college graduates with bachelor’s degrees in any major to retrain for the growing field of international business. Graduates of the program are eligible to work in a variety of exciting and interesting positions in international business (depending on previous training and experience), including jobs abroad as financial managers, import/export managers, foreign subsidiary managers, human resources managers, marketing managers, trade managers and many others.
How to Apply: To apply to this program submit a completed Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program Application with the application fee.
Credit Certificate Program Requirements
The International Business certificate program requires successful completion of a minimum of 18 credits in one (1) required course, one (1) required Business on Foreign Continents course and four (4) electives. Six credits (two courses) may be waived if an individual took equivalent classes as an undergraduate student during the last five years.
IB 150 – Introduction to International Business
Business on Foreign Continents (must take one of four; a second course may be taken as an elective):
IB 160 – African Business
IB 161 – Asian Business
IB 162 – European Business
IB 163 – Latin American Business
IB 154 - Analysis of the International Environment and Global Business Research
IB 157 - A-Z Seminar: Special Topics in International Business
IB 160, 161, 162, or 163 - (Second IB 160s class)
IB/MKT 170 - International Marketing
IB 175 - Global Business Policies, Planning and Strategies
FIN 165 - Principles of International Financial Management
FIN 166 - International Financial Markets and Investments
MGT 171 - International Strategic Management
MKT 172 - Export/Import Marketing
*One of the following can be used as one of the three electives:
FIN 110 - Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
MGT 101 - Introduction to Management
MKT 101 - Principles of Marketing