International Business Management
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The International Business Management (IBM) graduate certificate program will help you become an invaluable asset to any organization. In the fast-paced, comprehensive program, you will learn about the multifaceted world of international business management from highly experienced industry professionals who have first-hand knowledge of today’s global business environment. There is a strong practical component to the IBM program with a focus on collaborative, project based learning, case analysis and in-class discussions, all essential critical thinking skills for success.
Successful completion of this one-year certificate guarantees students a place in most undergraduate degrees at any University.
|Course Length||Two Semesters (1 year)|
|Hours||20 hrs/week x 34 weeks|
|Instruction Options||On-Site, Full-time|
|Offered||Fall, Winter, and Spring|
|Tuition||(See breakdown below)|
|Home Student||CAD 10,000.00 / session|
*This program is not designated and ineligible to receive foreign nationals on a study permit
- Bachelor degree or Higher National Diploma or a 3 year Advanced Diploma
- Secondary school graduation or equivalent.
- Alberta Grade 12 English Language and Mathematics
- An equivalent Advanced Level Adult Basic Education mathematics course;
- Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of the subject specific requirements
- Student from non-English speaking countries should provide in addition to any or combination of the above, proof of IELTS-International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band.
- No Mature Student Admission Requirements.
Graduates of this program enter the workforce with the aim of moving into leading managerial positions in a broad range of private and public international business environments, including regulatory bodies, professional organizations and international non-government organizations (NGOs).
You will be employed in many sectors, including goods and services exporting and importing companies, trading houses, banks, multinational corporations, international research, trade development, sales and marketing companies, governments and international institutions.
|Global Business Environment||3|
|International Market Entry Strategies||3|
|Principles of Micro and Macro Economics||3|
|International Marketing & Research||3|
|International Trade Finance||3|
|Legal Aspects of International Trade & Research||3|
|International Trade Management||3|
|Corporate Social Responsibilities||3|