Program under review. Admissions currently not accepted.
In today's marketplace, borders are no longer a barrier to trade. Indeed, the most successful corporations operate in global markets. Companies must therefore develop an understanding of how cultural differences, business etiquette, and political and social differences affect how business is conducted. These developments have in turn led to increased demand for international business education and for credentials that are recognized and valued around the world. This program is designed to enable students, who hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (or equivalent), to learn how to conduct business with and in other countries whose local practices may differ markedly from domestic practices. Students will also study global marketing, leading in global workplaces, key factors to consider when entering foreign markets, and communication practices for developing optimal business strategies. Additional topics covered include Canadian import, export and customs regulations, venture growth strategies and business in Asian and other emerging markets.
The schedule is tentative and subject to change.
|Winter 2023||Spring/Summer 2023||Fall 2023||Winter 2024|
|3 REQUIRED Courses|
|CPL2 524||Introduction to International Business||Core Program|
|CPL2 530||Canadian Import, Export and Customs Regulations|
|CPL2 554||International Business Policy||CPL2 524||
|2 COMPLEMENTARY Courses|
|CEN2 507||Venture Growth Strategies|
|CGM2 510||Project Management: Tools and Techniques||Not open to Special Students||
|CMR2 566||Global Marketing Management||CMR2 542 and (CMR2 548 or CMS2 521)||
|CPL2 535||Business in Emerging and Asian Markets|
|CPL2 590||Topics in International Business||CPL2 524|
|CPL2 534||Leading in Diverse and Global Workplaces||
|Or any other 500- or 600-level course offered and approved by Career and Professional Development.|